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Deal: Netac N600S 1TB SATA SSD $119.99 US at GeekBuying

With the prices of flash memory on the rapid decline SSDs are now becoming cheaper and this deal is one of them. The Netac N600S 1TB SSD from GeekBuying can be had for a very low price of $119.99 US with free shipping! Netac is a Chinese storage manufacturer who are well known for their…

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Teclast S20 USB Type-C Portable SSD Announced

Teclast, who have previously released SATA SSDs have now entered the portable storage market with their new SSD called the Teclast S20. It’s available in a single capacity of 128GB and uses a USB Type-C connection for faster transfer speeds. Under the hood Teclast have opted for 3D NAND flash memory that is designed to…

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Deal: Ramsta S800 480GB SATA SSD $69.99 US at GeekBuying

As previously reported, Ramsta a budget SSD brand have released a new solid state drive to the market called the Ramsta S800. Like its predecessor, the Ramsta S800 is a 2.5″ SATA 3 SSD in the capacity of 480GB with several improvements. Ramsta have ditched the slower TLC cache in favour of faster 3D NAND…

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Ramsta Peter Pan T100 is a USB Type-C Portable SSD

Ramsta, a budget SSD brand who have been making waves recently online for their low prices have announced a new product, the Ramsta Peter Pan T100 Portable SSD! Yes, that name isn’t a typo! Ruishi International have really named their new SSD Peter Pan. According to the specs provided by Ramsta this new SSD is…

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Deal: Tigo S300 480GB SATA SSD $79.99 US at GeekBuying

GeekBuying are continuing their sale on budget SSDs with a sale on the Tigo S300. Like the Ramsta posted earlier, Tigo is a subsidiary of Newlystar who are a well known budget SSD manufacturer. One thing that sets Tigo apart from the other brands is the tiger illustration on the case. Most brands have their…

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Deal: Ramsta S600 480GB SATA SSD $79.99 US at GeekBuying

The Ramsta S600 is a 480GB SSD from a Chinese company called Ruishi International who were established in Hong Kong in 2010. In the early days Ruishi were known for manufacturing power banks. Now they focus on budget SSDs and RAM. Ruishi are a subsidiary of Newlystar who also own Tigo – a well known…

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