SanDisk Promos G3 SSD, Super Fast, Hefty Price Tag

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violian

I don't think the price is bad at all. I was thinking of upgrading my laptop's 5400rpm HDD to a 7200rpm. The cheapest I found was $55. In the end, I couldn't justify paying $55 for a negligible performance increase. But $200 isn't bad knowing that you'll get a huge performance increase. I'm not too concerned about storage capacity on my laptop as I keep such stuff on my external HDD.

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nadako

didnt know some HDD can run at 7,2000RPM lol

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huhhuh

How does it compare to Kingston SSD-Now ?

I can tell they charge double for the same capacity, I am wondering if the performance is doubled as well.

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bikerbub

I want a 72,000 RPM hard drive too!

; ) no hard feelings? 

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