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expiredSSDs from $58: Silicon Power 512GB, Samsung 860 EVO 250GB, more

Silicon Power (98% positive lifetime feedback) via Amazon offers its 512GB A55 2.5-inch Internal Solid State Drive for $69.99 shipped. Though this drive has been around $75-$80 recently, most SSDs around 500GB are closer to $100 and this is the lowest we’ve tracked. Adding a solid state drive to your computer is a great way to speed up boot and program launch times. Rated 4.6/5 stars.

Silicon Power Stories September 10

expiredSpeed up your computer w/ this 512GB SSD for $68, more from $67

Newegg offers the Silicon Power Slim S60 512GB 2.5-inch internal solid state drive for $67.99 shipped. Regularly $75 at Amazon, this is a new all-time low that we’ve tracked and is the lowest available. Solid state drives are one of the best and most cost-effective ways to upgrade a computer to have better performance, and this is a great option that lets you retain your storage space. Rated 4.7/5 stars from early reviews at Amazon, and it’s currently the #1 new release solid state drive there. Head below for more deals.

Silicon Power Stories September 6

expiredSpeed up your Mac/PC w/ this 120GB SSD for just $25 Prime shipped

Update 9/6 @ 8:53 PM: Silicon Power USA Inc (98% positive lifetime feedback) via Amazon offers its 512GB 2.5-Internal Solid State Drive for $74.99 shipped (Reg. $90). Rated 4.6/5 stars.

Silicon Power USA Inc (98% positive lifetime feedback) via Amazon offers its 120GB 2.5-inch Internal Solid State Drive for $24.99 Prime shipped. Regularly closer to $30, this is a new all-time low that we’ve tracked and is the best available. SSDs like this are great for upgrading aging computer with the latest technology, giving you more life out of slower machines. Rated 4.4/5 stars from hundreds.

Silicon Power Stories August 3

expiredSilicon Power’s 512GB SSD is a great upgrade to any computer for $80 shipped

Silicon Power USA Inc (98% positive lifetime feedback) via Amazon offers its 512GB 2.5-inch internal solid state drive for $79.99 shipped. Normally, SSDs of this capacity sell for around $90+ with some as much as $120, and this is a match for the all-time low we’ve tracked on Silicon Power’s offering. If you have an older computer or MacBook, this is a great way to speed it up without breaking the bank. Rated 4.7/5 stars.

Silicon Power Stories July 21

expiredStore more games on your Nintendo Switch w/ a 128GB microSD: $25 Prime shipped (Reg. $35)

Amazon is currently offering the Silicon Power 128GB High Speed MicroSD Card for $24.99 Prime shipped. If you are not a Prime member, free shipping is offered on orders that exceed $25. That’s about $10 off the going rate for this specific card and is within $1 of the lowest price when comparing with its competitors. This card is a cost-effective way to increase the storage of a Nintendo Switch, Raspberry Pi, Mavic Pro, and more. Rated 4.3/5 stars.

Silicon Power Stories July 5

expiredSilicon Power’s 240GB SSD gives lightning-quick boot speeds for $50 (Reg. $65)

Silicon Power USA Inc (98% positive lifetime feedback) via Amazon offers its 240GB 2.5-inch internal solid state drive for $49.99 shipped. Normally $65, most 240GB SSDs on Amazon are around $60 and this is the lowest we’ve tracked for Silicon Power’s model. If you have an aging laptop/desktop, or maybe you’re getting ready to build a custom gaming PC, this is a great starting point to give a bump in speed over traditional hard drive offerings. Rated 4.3/5 stars.

Silicon Power Stories April 24

expiredThese SSDs speed up your computer & are reliable: 240GB SP $55, 1TB SanDisk $205

Newegg offers the Silicon Power 240GB 2.5-inch internal SATA3 solid state drive for $54.99 shipped. Currently closer to $70 at Amazon, this is the lowest we’ve tracked and the best available. Solid state drives are perfect for upgrading aging computers or just speeding up an already fast new computer. Rated 4.3/5 stars.

Silicon Power Stories September 20, 2014

Based on blockbuster preorders and city spanning launch lines, many new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus owners probably had to settle for a different model than they had originally hoped for. iPhone 6 Plus buyers were hit harder as many retail outlets are now quoting October and November shipping estimates for Apple’s largest smartphone.

If you were lusting over the new 128GB models and ended up with 64GB or even 16GB, then you may want to consider these wireless options for increasing your iPhone’s storage capacity…

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Silicon Power Stories June 11, 2014

expiredPNY Turbo Plus USB 3.0 flash drives (2-pack) $80 shipped (Reg. $125)

Update: The below deal is now sold out, but TigerDirect is offering a 2 pack of PNY Turbo Plus USB 3.0 flash drives for $79 shipped using code EWP130696. This is the current lowest price we can find for two of these speedy drives and matching the lowest we’ve seen on a single 128GB PNY turbo.

Newegg is offering the 32GB SP Blaze B20 USB 3.0 Flash Drive for $10.39 shipped using code EMCPDWP58 during checkout

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