In my country (Portugal, europe) I can get these SSD's with very similar prices:
- OCZ Vertex 450 Series - 128 GB - 90
- CRUCIAL M500 - 120 GB - 90
- SAMSUNG 840 EVO 120GB - 95
- SANDISK SDSSDP-128G-G25 - 128 GB - 82
- KINGSTON SSDNow V300 (SV300S37A/120G) - 120 GB - 80
The SSD will be to upgrade a 3-year old laptop.
What's the SSD with the best performance as prices are
At Google I/O last week, Google announced that its Google App Engine High Replication Datastore (HRD) – its schemaless object data storage service – currently processes over 4.5 trillion transactions per month, has an uptime of 99.95% and stores over a petabyte of data. Today, the company announced that it is dramatically reducing the pricing for some Datastore features.
My opinion on this is, I still have a bad taste in my mouth after being screwed with 4g coverage so far, and if they do raise prices after finally getting decent 4g I may leave, because the two reasons I went with Sprint is the lower prices and the unlimited data. And I can get both of those at T-Mobile if they do raise prices.