Deal | WD Black SN850X SSD with 4TB on sale for its lowest price ever on Amazon
It has been a while since Western Digital's PCIe 4.0 flagship drive, the WD Black SN850X, was on sale with an intriguing discount as most major retailers have offered the 4TB SSD for around US$300 for the past month. However, storage-hungry bargain hunters who have stayed patient can now take advantage of a notable deal that is part of Amazon's ongoing Prime Day shopping event.
More specifically, Prime members can currently order the most spacious version of the aforementioned WD Black SN850X for just US$259 instead of the official MSRP of US$699. This is Amazon's lowest price ever for the 4TB SSD according to Camelcamelcamel's price tracker, and this particular sale offers an additional 13 percent discount relative to the typical price over the last few months and undercuts the previous all-time low by another US$10. Please note that this Prime-exclusive deal for the WD Black SN850X is only available today and will expire at the end of October 11.
Similar to other top-of-the-line PCIe 4.0 SSDs, this storage module sports extremely quick sequential read and write speeds of up to 7,300 and 6,600 megabytes per second, respectively, which means that it is well-suited as a primary drive in modern laptops and desktop PCs. The 4TB WD Black SN850X also features decent TLC NAND, which is quite durable and should last for at least 2,400 TBW according to the official spec sheets. Shoppers who need a large amount of superfast storage space may want to consider this Prime Day deal since the SSD market appears to have bottomed out, which means that further rebates and price decreases will likely be much more incremental than in late 2022 and early 2023.
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