1T SSD 2.5 Inch Desktop Solid State Drive Internal SSD Hard Drive up to 540 MB/s For Sale



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1T SSD 2.5 Inch Desktop Solid State Drive Internal SSD Hard Drive up to 540 MB/s:
$65.76

1T SSD 2.5 Inch Desktop Solid State Drive Internal SSD Hard Drive up to 540 MB/s Features: Fast transmission speed, startup time of a few seconds, can shorten the startup time and quickly load applications. The SSD storage stack can make full use of the memory erasing function to extend the service life and reduce the risk of damage. Shockproof, durable and extremely reliable solid state drives represent the absolute best quality in this field. 7mm plastic shell, easy to install in desktop laptop. With high read and write speed. Up to 540MB/sec (performance varies with different device configurations) Before using it, please right-click "My Computer-Management-Device Manager-CD Drive", and then you can find our SSD. Format and partition. Specification: Name: 2.5 inch desktop solid state drive Colour: Black Capacity: 1T Transmission read and write speed: 300-540MB/sec Size: 100x70x7mm/3.94x2.76x0.28inches Applicable: desktop computers, notebook computers, microcomputers, all-in-one computers and other commercial PCs Package Includes: 1PC x solid state drive note: No retail package. Please allow 0-1cm error due to manual measurement. pls make sure you do not mind before you offer. Due to the difference between different monitors, the picture may not reflect the actual color of the item. Thank you!


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