One of the most common PC-building or notebook upgrading mistakes is not adding an SSD. Irrespective of how powerful the remaining components may be, you’ll always run into a performance bottleneck if you don’t have an SSD installed. Seeing as how the prices of solid state drives are dropping drastically, it has become a lot simpler for customers to own high-capacity SSDs like the SanDisk 1TB SSD Plus for an affordable price.
The upgrade costs just $99.99 at B&H if you select the on-page coupon, giving you a performance boost at a smaller price. Whatever programs you install on that SSD will open up a lot faster as opposed to installing them on a traditional mechanical hard drive. There’s also a higher capacity 2TB version available at Amazon if you want to take a massive leap in upgrading your system or laptop.
Also, here’s a fun fact for you; the SSD model on sale features SanDisk’s MLC NAND flash memory, which is a lot more expensive and reliable than TLC NAND. What this means is the drive will be able to withstand a lot more read/write cycles. As for the specifics, the latest solid state drive features read speeds of 535MB/s and write speeds of 450MB/s. It is also shock and vibration resistance, and features a three-year warranty, giving you peace of mind when it comes to purchasing this model.