WD Blue SN550 2TB NVMe 2.6GB/s SSD has ample storage and performance at $200

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Amazon is offering the WD Blue SN550 2TB NVMe PCIe M.2 Internal Solid-State Drive for $199.99 shipped. This is at least $40 off its normal going rate and marks a return to the all-time low that we’ve only tracked once before. If you’re still running off of a standard SATA SSD, or even an older platter hard drive, it’s time to upgrade. WD’s SN550 SSD delivers up to 2.6GB/s data transfer rates, which is blazing fast compared to older storage methods. It also requires no wires, as M.2 mounts directly to your motherboard for a clean setup overall. Rated 4.8/5 stars and you can learn more in our announcement coverage.

Newegg is offering the Crucial MX500 2TB 2.5-inch Internal Solid-State Drive for $161.49 shipped with the code AFFEYSB59 at checkout. Normally $190, today’s deal is the best price that we’ve tracked in months, though we have seen it go for as low as $154 in the past. Rated 4.8/5 stars.

Now, if you need more storage in your computer but aren’t ready to make the jump to NVMe, then we’ve got another option for you. Crucial’s 1TB 2.5-inch Internal Solid-State Drive is available on Amazon for $100, which is half of what today’s deal delivers in both price and storage. In the end though, this SSD is still a great choice for bulk storage of games, movies, and more.

If you’re just looking to pick up a new laptop, you’ll want to check out Apple’s latest M1 MacBook Air. Right now, you can pick it up for $750, which is a massive $250 discount and marks a new low that we’ve tracked all-time. The M1 MacBook Air offers insane battery life and performance in a compact form-factor, making it great for a multitude of uses.

More on the WD Blue SN550 SSD:

  • Boost your system’s performance with next-gen NVMe SSDs
  • Over 4 times faster than our SATA SSDs
  • Slimline M.2 2280 form factor
  • Western Digital-designed controller and firmware for optimized performance
  • Western Digital SSD Dashboard constantly monitors the health of your SSD

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