So, you know that crazy-affordable Crucial MX100 SSD we reviewed yesterday? It's already available at multiple vendors, including Amazon and Newegg. Both are selling the drive at its suggested prices, which is $79.99 for the 128GB version, $109.99 for the 256GB, and $224.99 for the 512GB.
TigerDirect actually has the best deals, though. It's discounting the entire family: the 128GB drive is $69.99, the 256GB is $99.99, and the 512GB is $199.99—or at least it was, but model has sold out already. The other two are still available, at least for now, and the 256GB is just 39 cents per gig. Shipping is free on both drives, too.
Update: TR subscriber Buzzard44 noticed that Newegg has added a discount on the MX100 512GB. Coupon code CRMX151 knocks the drive down to $199.99 before a $2.99 shipping charge.
|Asus and Sapphire offer digital pickaxes to crypto-miners||19|
|Rumor: Six-core Coffee Lake CPU pops up in Geekbench||30|
|Nokia 6 comes to the US with a taste of vanilla Android||17|
|SNES Classic will fix your nostalgia blues this September||31|
|Corsair reveals its prize haul for the TR BBQ XIV||7|
|Portions of the Windows Shared Source Kit leak out||13|
|Hyper-Threading erratum rears its head in Skylake and Kaby Lake||60|
|VR180 video bridges the gap between YouTube and VR||4|
|Steam 2017 Summer Sale, part deux||19|