Available on Amazon in no less than 9 sizes that range between 120 GB and 4 TB, the PNY CS900 SATA III SSD is now discounted between 12% (480 GB) and 40% (120 GB). This drive ships with a 7 to 9.5 mm spacer. All orders come with 90 days of Amazon Music Unlimited (only applicable to new subscribers).
Although the official product page also shows a PNY CS900 SATA III SSD with 8 TB of storage space, Amazon is only listing models up to 4 TB in size. However, the 8 TB PNY CS900 doesn’t have any price listed on PNY’s website for the time being. Now, Amazon is offering various discounts for the other flavors, going as high as 40% for the 120 GB model, which currently retails for US$17.99 instead of US$29.99.
These are the remaining models currently available on Amazon alongside their prices, discounts, and list prices:
- 240 GB, US$13.99, 30%, US$19.99
- 250 GB, US$15.99, 20%, US$19.99
- 480 GB, US$22.99, 12%, US$25.99
- 500 GB, US$22.99, 26%, US$30.99
- 960 GB, US$40.85, 15%, US$47.99
- 1 TB, US$36.99, 14%, US$42.99
- 2 TB, US$69.99, 22%, US$89.99 (best value)
- 4 TB, US$199.99, 13%, US$229.99
All models come covered with a limited 3-year warranty and can hit speeds of over 550 MB/s (depending on size, the smaller sizes reach slightly lower transfer rates that start at 515 MB/s and 490 MB/s sequential read/write for the 120 GB model). According to PNY, the 4 TB and 8 TB models hit 560/540 MB/s, while the 2 TB CS900 SATA III SSD is capable of 550/530 MB/s sequential read/write speeds.
For the time being, any purchase also comes with a free Amazon Music Unlimited for 90 days, but this deal is only valid for new subscribers to this music streaming service.
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Codrut Nistor, 2023-05-17 (Update: 2023-05-17)