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.
Please install or use one of the many price checking sites like
that show the history of items prices, many of the Amazon "list" prices are false or very very off, perhaps the list price when the item first came out ages ago, but certainly not by today's prices when you look around at other sites....