The HP EX920 512GB M.2 NVMe solid state drive is down to $61.99 at Newegg thanks to an ongoing sale that ends tonight. You can also get the same SSD at the same price through Newegg's official eBay store with free shipping. The last deal we shared on this drive was back in May when it dropped to $68. The street price for this drive back then was around $90, although it's closer to $70 on a regular basis these days. In fact, you can find the drive for $65 on Amazon, but this is the first time we've seen it drop to $62. Just remember this deal ends in less than a day, so if you need an SSD upgrade don't hesitate.
Affordable and Speedy
You get read/write speeds of 3,200 MBps and 1,800 MBps respectively. That's not the fastest NVMe M.2 SSD around, but it's the fastest at this price point. It has industry-leading reliability and endurance. Upgrade any Windows PC with this.
$70.00 $8 off
The deal given is no longer valid and we do not have a better one. However, we have found some similar deals
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If you need more space, you can upgrade to the 1TB version of this drive for $107.99 through Newegg's eBay store. That's $10 off the price at Amazon and one of the lowest we have ever seen. The main site still sells it for $135.
The EX920 offers a lot of value for the price. HP introduced a new model at CES that has become the new standard since earlier this year, but that version, the EX950, is currently going for $80 in this capacity and often sells for much more. For a pretty affordable price you get read/write speeds of 3,200 MBps and 1,800 MBps respectively. That's not the fastest NVMe M.2 SSD around, but at this price it's close enough. It has industry-leading reliability and endurance. The device will work as an upgrade for basically any Windows PC.
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