The SanDisk SSD Plus 960GB solid state drive is down to $99.99 with code EMCTVTD46 at Newegg. We saw this SSD drop to $120 a week ago and thought that was a great price. Now it's beating that deal by $20, which makes this a fantastic price. Without the code, the SSD sells for $128 and sells for around that price even at retailers like Amazon.
The SSD Plus is SanDisk's entry-level SSD. It's built using SanDisk's MLC NAND, which is unusual for an inexpensive SSD like this. You'd expect it to be built with TLC, which is usually cheaper. MLC is also more reliable than TLC and can withstand more read/write cycles. That's all good stuff for anyone interested in this device. SanDisk says this drive has read and write speeds of 535 MB/s and 450 MB/s. It is also shock and vibration resistant and comes with a three-year warranty. Users give this series 4.4 stars based on 1,707 reviews
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