Intel SSD 760P 512GB Available At a Stellar Price of Just $103

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If you are in the market for an SSD, now is the time to act as there is hardly anything on the market that provides a better value for money than the Intel SSD 760P at its current Amazon sale price of just $103 for 512GB. That’s a discount of nearly 50 percent off the product’s launch price.

Intel SSD 760p 512GB

The device received excellent reviews when it was launched last year. While a lot of better SSDs have hit the market since it was launched last year, the price-to-performance ratio is just unbeatable at this price of just $103. The SSD is rated at up to 3,230/1,625 MB/s of sequential read/write speeds.

KEY HIGHLIGHTS OF THE PRODUCT:

  • Intel SSD 760P is only available in the M.2 form factor.
  • Capacity options range from 128GB to 2TB.
  • Performance is generally good.
  • Power efficiency is truly remarkable.
Intel SSD 760P

Note that this is an NVme M.2 SSD, not a traditional 2.5 inch/SATA drive. So, you’ll need a device that is compatible with this standard. Nevertheless, if your device is compatible, then the Intel SSD 760P is an absolute steal for $103.

You can grab this deal from Amazon.


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