Need to upgrade the storage in your computer but don’t want to spend a small fortune? Today could be your lucky day with the Crucial P3 Plus NVMe M.2 SSD now available with a deep discount.
This particular version of the SSD is the 1TB configuration, and if you order right now you will pay just $51.99 for this thing. The Crucial P3 Plus SSD would normally sell for around $100 which means that this is a deal worth $48 and 48%.
Unlike a lot of deals, this one doesn’t require that you enter any discount codes and there are no on-screen coupons required, either. Just place your order as normal and you could have your new SSD installed within just a couple of days.
Buy: Crucial P3 Plus 1TB PCIe Gen4 3D NAND NVMe M.2 SSD: $51.99 | Original price: $99.99
Other storage options are available too, but the 1TB model represents the best value for money.
Buy: Crucial P3 Plus 500GB PCIe Gen4 3D NAND NVMe M.2 SSD: $31.99 | Original price: $35.99
Buy: Crucial P3 Plus 2TB PCIe Gen4 3D NAND NVMe M.2 SSD: $112.99 | Original price: $189.99
Buy: Crucial P3 Plus 4TB PCIe Gen4 3D NAND NVMe M.2 SSD: $224.99 | Original price: $399.99
The Crucial P3 Plus SSD supports transfer speeds of up to 5,000MB/s and this Gen4 storage promises to perform up to 43% faster than the previous fastest Gen3 SSDs.
Whether you’re looking to store all of your apps and media or need something to replace your existing system storage, this is a great way to speed things up without having to invest in other more expensive upgrades.
Remember that we don’t know when this deal is going to end so the only way to be sure of locking this deal in is to order today, before it’s too late.
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