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Little by little the price of SSDs has been falling, with some ultra-fast models among the cheapest, and with increasing capacities. This is the case of the Crucial P2 that Amazon has on offer.
Most of the new computers already come with a solid state drive as storage, even if it is as part of a tandem with a conventional hard disk. Of course, the SSDs that are factory equipped are not always the best on the market.
Whether you want something better than what you have on your PC or if your old computer needs a boost, there is a Crucial SSD that is on sale on Amazon for 54 euros, one with PCIe connectivity in NVMe format, faster than 2.5 “.
It reaches 3400 MB per second of reading speed, more than enough capacity for your computer to fly when executing any type of application or the operating system itself.
As the price exceeds 29 euros, shipping is totally free, usual condition in purchases from Amazon Spain. Even better if you have Prime, in which case the shipping is much faster, in just 24 business hours depending on where you live.
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500GB for 54 euros, a price below normal
SSDs in this format are usually expensive, even very expensive if what you want is a unit that is perfect for gaming, for example. In this case, within the NVMe SSDs, we would speak of a mid-range model, hence its price.
It has 500GB of capacity, enough for a vast majority of users and certainly more than the 128 or 256GB that computers usually equip as part of their standard storage.
Capacity and speed are undoubtedly two of the elements that must be taken into account before buying an SSD, the differentiating features that make the best solid-state drives on the market stand out.
The ideal is to have two SSDs: one of the NVMe type, faster, for the OS and apps that you want to work very fast; another of type SATA 2,5 “for the rest of files and archives.
Now even the consoles come with SSDs, with special mention to PlayStation 5, whose storage seems to be the fastest on the market for now.
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