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Solid state storage prices have been steadily falling over the past few years, but most entry-level ultrabooks and tablets still come with just 32GB to 128GB of storage. Need more space — or want some removable storage?
TigerDirect is running a sale on PNY USB flash drives and SDXC cards, letting you pick up 256GB of removable storage for just $100.
Or if you want faster, permanent storage, you can grab a 240GB 2.5″ SSD to replace the storage in your system for the same price.
Here are some of the day’s best deals.
- PNY 256GB USB 3.0 flash drive for $100 after rebate – TigerDirect
- PNY 256GB SDXC card for $100 after rebate – TigerDirect
- PNY 240GB SATA III 2.5″ SSD for $100 after rebate – TigerDirect
- Kingston 120GB SATA III 2.5″ SSD for $66 – Newegg
- Western Digital 1TB USB 3.0 portable hard drive for $60 – Newegg (coupon: EMCYTZT58988)
Tablets, laptops, and 2-in-1 systems
- Dell XPS 12 2-in-1 convertible w/Core i5 Haswell for $800 – Amazon
- Asus Taichi 21 11.6″ dual-screen ultrabook for $680 – Rakuten
- Refurb Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 2-in-1 (1st gen) for $630 – Best Buy
- Refurb Samsung Ativ XE700 11.6″ Windows tablet w/Core i5 Ivy Bridge for $465 – Manufacturer Certified (via eBay)
- Refurb Samsung Chromebook w/Exynos 5 dual-core CPU for $180 – TigerDirect
- Refurb Asus S200E 11.6″ touchscreen notebook w/Celeron 1007U for $280 – BuyDig (via eBay)
- Refurb Amazon Kindle Fire tablet w/8GB for $63 – A4C
- Refurb Roku 1 Streaming media player for $40 – Newegg (coupon: EMCYTZT58987)
- Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatches (1st gen) for $160 – Woot
You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.
You can get the 240 gb SSD for $74 if you buy as a bundle – https://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/searchtools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=8968216&csid=_22
I don’t know if it’s me but it seems that many new products
just don’t have the quality they used to. Brands like
PNY, Samsung, Asus seem to have stumbled recently and
have had many bad or low-rated reviews by end users
on Amazon, Newegg, etc.
Asus’s VivoTab RT has build quality issues, and
there are keyboard issues with the T100 and T300
Windows 2-in-1s. Samsung’s ATIV Smart PC x86
Windows device has many problems as well.
Dell’s Venue 8 Pro has a lot of complaints (granted,
Dell hasn’t been a quality maker in decades) as well.
Consumers are unhappy that Dell isn’t fixing the problems.
Dell isn’t alone, as fellow 8″ Windows tablet makes
Toshiba and Lenovo also generated many complaints.
This makes me wonder if the coming crop of $99/$60
Widows tablets are a disaster waiting to happen. Maybe
things can be priced too low.
There seem to be a lot of refurbs of HP’s Split X2
2-in-1, even of the Haswell variety (HP isn’t known
for turning out quality stuff for decades either).
Only Apple and Microsoft seem to be largely hardware
trouble-free this time.
Awesome non sequitur.
You are certainly entitled to your opinion, it’s a free
Just ignore this writer’s comment, and go buy
several of the products this writer mentioned.
Welcome to the internet, Michael!
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