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Dramatic drop in SSD prices


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God-860 The 1TB EVO now sells on Amazon at 460 value (including tax and free shipping) and970 EVO (not the Plus model but in practice it does not mean for the end user) 1TB volume is now sold in the 650 area ₪ for those looking .

This is a low price in 200 – 300 compared to the country and recently priced in Amazon itself.

 

 

 

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https://ksp.co.il/m/uin/47686

 

That's a price ... OK, for those who really need such a product urgently, but it's clear to me that Amazon will soon be making better deals for 1TB drives. We've already seen Intel 660P at such a price.

 

https://www.newegg.com/global/il-en/intel-660p-series-1tb/p/N82E16820167462?Item=N82E16820167462

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The storage category really did not surprise this year. Also, I was expecting lots of 1TB drives below the tax line.

On the other hand we did get discounts on many other products. Memories Fast right to the floor.

 

But it's not over yet. There are another 3-4 days of hope for some very cheap product in the category .

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What now?

Who's waiting now?

I'm thinking of buying the half-terra for about 60 dollars.

 

My laptop currently has a half terra drive, I can flip the disk drive and put the mechanical drive in its slot and put the SSD in the main connection.

 

Although I don't fill the half I already have. And of course I don't use discs.

 

 

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Yes, there are differences in reliability because inherently 1TB drives have more cells that can replace damaged cells over the years.

Although drive reliability in general has grown tremendously in recent years. I'm at the point where I've been trying to kill drives from the last decade and they're not dead.

 

What now? Waiting, anyone who counts coins probably can wait until they can save those NIS 50-70. Even if it will be another year.

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Can't wait to wait another year.

 

I see it that way. At the moment I cost half a terra 60 dollars, there is free shipping

Tara's drive costs $ 1,000.

 

I am buying the half terra now, and another year if it costs 75 dollars. I lost only 15 dollars and earned a half a tare drive.

 

 

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