The Seagate Barracuda 500GB internal solid state drive is down to $71.69 on Amazon. This is a brand new drive only announced by Seagate back in July. It originally was only available to Prime members, but that's no longer the case. The 500GB capacity of the SSD released at a retail price of $120, has been selling closer to $90 recently, and just dropped down to less than $72 for the first time today.
Seagate's SSD is meant to be a more budget-friendly option for people upgrading from an old hard drive. It won't be as fast as a Samsung 860 Pro or something like that, but it won't be as expensive either. The 500GB capacity is plenty of space for you to install an operating system, all your favorite games, and keep some music or movies on there as well. It has read/write speeds of up to 540 and 520 MB/s respectively. It will work with PC and Mac and comes with a five-year warranty.
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