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WD’s 1TB Blue SN550 drops to just £85 for Amazon Prime Day

Amazon Prime Day is upon us, and if there’s one discount you completely don’t need to miss, it’s the 1TB mannequin of WD’s stupendous Blue SN550 NVMe SSD for a brand new all-time low worth of simply £85. This, associates, is a stone chilly steal.

(Replace: …or no less than it will likely be. The 1TB model remains to be £95 at time of writing (12.13am), however the £85 worth is certainly what our Amazon offers spies instructed us upfront. As a substitute, the 500GB mannequin is, in reality, on sale proper now at a really agreeable £50 (down from £62), which can be steal.)

Bear in mind, you’ll have to be an Amazon Prime member with a purpose to benefit from this deal, so in case you aren’t a member already, you may enroll right here for a free trial (simply keep in mind to cancel it earlier than you get charged). Sure, the saving you’re really getting is barely £10 decrease in comparison with its most up-to-date worth of £95, however that is nonetheless a unbelievable discount for these after top-of-the-line NVMe SSDs cash should purchase.

Certainly, I’ve stated it earlier than and I’ll say it once more – there’s merely no must spend any extra in your subsequent SSD when the Blue SN550 is nearly as good as it’s, and also you’re actually not getting that rather more to your cash by choosing its dearer rivals, the WD Black SN750 or Samsung 970 Evo Plus.

The 250GB mannequin of the WD Blue SN550 can be on sale as a part of the Prime Day festivities (or no less than it’s meant to be), though right here the saving is far smaller. Simply £5 this time, however hey, £43 remains to be the most cost effective this drive has been for ages. The final time it was cheaper was all the best way again in February, based on my Amazon worth tracker, and even you then’d nonetheless have paid £41 for it.

There are, after all, tons of different SSDs on sale as a part of Prime Day, together with virtually all capacities of the aforementioned Black SN750 (each its common and heatsink variations), in addition to WD’s SATA-based Blue 3D NAND SSD, their transportable My Passport SSD, in addition to numerous Samsung, Essential and Sabrent SSDs, and I’ll be rounding these up very first thing tomorrow morning.

In case you need to get in there fast, although, right here’s a fast record of the most effective ones I’ve noticed up to now:


For extra Amazon Prime Day and non-Amazon Prime Day PC gaming offers, remember to keep watch over our {hardware} offers homepage, in addition to our Amazon Prime Day offers hub for all the most recent costs and reductions.

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