Huge Discounts on SSD Upgrades: 120GB for $80, 240GB for $155, 480GB for $350 – Today Only from Amazon!

Aug 21, 2012 - 11 Comments

Sandisk SSD deals

If you’ve been holding out for SSD prices to drop into a reasonable range before upgrading a Mac to the fastest type of hard drive around, wait no longer. Today only, Amazon’s Gold Box Deals offer some of the best prices on SSD’s we’ve ever seen for their size with prices up to 65% off, and as usual with Amazon they all include free shipping:

If you’re not in the market for an SSD drive, Amazon also offers some high capacity USB flash drives at huge discounts today.

These USB keys are perfect for moving huge files around, creating Mountain Lion boot install drives, or for providing auxiliary storage capacity to smaller drived Macs like a 64GB MacBook Air.

Amazon is also blowing out high capacity SD cards for digital cameras, check the daily Gold Box Deals to see everything available.


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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in Hardware


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  1. Sebastian says:

    It is possible to buy this from the UK. Just click the link and change com to and refresh. Unfortunately it isn’t quite a cheap as it is in the US :(

  2. Andrej says:

    From product details: Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. :-(

  3. Paul says:

    Looks like people are having problems with this in their 2007-2011 Macbook/Pro with the Nvidia Sata Controller.

    The ‘negotiated link speed’ will be 1.5 Gbps (SATA I) instead of 3 Gbps (SATA II). SanDisk hasn’t released a firmware fix yet, after knowing about it for months.

    …Knowing that, I still ordered the 240gb version. I’m willing to give it a go, but I doubt a quick fix will be coming.

  4. Joe says:

    Do you guys think that it’ll work on a macbook pro 13″ from the end of 2010?

  5. fred says:

    Only for US :(

  6. William says:

    Don’t be fooled by the transfer speeds; they are using compressed data to get those speeds, because the SandForce controller handles compressed data much more efficiently than uncompressed.

    OS X does not have a habit of compressing data like Windows, so you will not see these speeds unless you go with a Marvell or Samsung controller under OS X

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