Storage: Samsung 850 Pro 512GB 2.5-inch Internal SSD $199, Seagate 5TB Desktop HDD $120, more

Newegg has kicked off a large sale focused on storage this morning. You’ll find plenty of solid-state drive options in today’s promotion. Free shipping is available on each of these deals.

First up, Newegg is discounting Samsung’s line of 850 Pro Solid-State Drives. You can pick up the 512GB capacity for $199 shipped (Reg. $220+) after promo code ESCEHEM23 is applied during checkout. That’s good for $21 off the regular going rate at retailers like Amazon, a match of our previous low mention and the best price currently available. The smaller 256GB model is available for $112.99 shipped (Reg. $123+) with code ESCEHEM22.

The Samsung 850 Pro line features 3D V-NAND technology, read/write speeds of 550/520Mbps, and a 10-year warranty. Over at Amazon, 2,258 customers have left an impressive 4.8/5 star rating.

We also found Mushkin’s Enhanced Reactor 1TB solid-state drive for $210 shipped (Reg. $245) with code EMCEHEM85.

Pair your new solid-state drives with Oittm’s 2.5-inch USB 3.0 enclosure for $7.99 shipped (Reg. $15) after promo code DYDVDHY6 is applied. Note: works with Prime fulfillment or without. Rated 4.6/5 stars.

Need desktop storage? Newegg offers the Seagate Expansion 5TB External Hard Drive for $119.99 shipped (Reg. $135) with code EMCEHEM54. We also found the Western Digital 4TB My Book over at Newegg via eBay for $109.99 (Reg. $130).

The Samsung 850 PRO SSD redefines storage with the world’s first drive based on 3D VNAND flash, offering exceptional read/write performance, reliability and power management efficiency. The 850 Pro delivers up to 2x the speed, density and endurance of conventional flash. The next leading SSD for performance, endurance and energy efficiency.

Samsung’s flash memory is fabricated using an innovative 3D V-NAND architecture, which stacks 32 cell layers on top of one another. The result is higher density and higher performance using a smaller footprint and a breakthrough in overcoming the density limits of conventional planar NAND.

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