Now, if you don't have an NVMe slot on your motherboard, you can instead take a look at the WD Blue 3D SSDs on offer. However, I'd say that neither of them should really be considered a great deal at their current prices. The 1TB version has been slightly less at £85 last month, while the 4TB one has also been recently seen at £360. Not massive differences, but still enough to put you off an impulse purchase. … [Read more...] about This Western Digital 500GB NVMe SSD is down to £70
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WD Blue SN550 – $55 from Newegg Besides, $55 is still the lowest price I’ve seen for the 500GB model of the SN550, and my Amazon price tracker confirms it. Indeed, the last time it was this cheap on Amazon was a single day back in March, where it dropped to $55 for 24 hours. Then it went back up to its usual price of $65, and has been fluctuating between $65 and $70 ever since. It was only during the middle of August it dropped to a steady $60, so in terms of historic pricing, it’s still a pretty decent saving. … [Read more...] about Our favourite 500GB WD Blue SSD is down to $55 today
250GB – £40 from Amazon UK 250GB – $45 from Newegg 500GB – £50 from Amazon UK 500GB – $60 from Amazon US 1TB – £90 from Amazon UK 1TB – $105 from Newegg 2TB – £178 from Amazon UK 2TB – $230 from Newegg The WD Blue 3D NAND isn’t as fast as the Crucial MX500 or Samsung 860 Evo, but at these prices it’s very hard to argue with, especially if you want a cut-price 1TB SSD that doesn’t break the £100 mark. Prices on the 250GB and 500GB models have remained the same in both the UK and US this week, but the UK 1TB model has increased by £5, while the 2TB version has jumped a whole £22. Thankfully, US prices are still the same, but you’re much better off with a Samsung 870 Qvo for this kind of money. … [Read more...] about SSD deals of the week – 9th September 2020
Digital Foundry's Rich Leadbetter and John Linneman were first introduced to the machine over six months ago, when they travelled to Microsoft HQ in Redmond, Washington for an exclusive look at Xbox Series X. Now they finally get to break their silence on this most unusual new console in a special episode of Digital Foundry Direct, which you can watch in the embed below. … [Read more...] about Xbox Series S: the right product at the right time?
“The overarching plot itself is intriguing, if ultimately predictable. While the twins take a very long time to figure out that the made up fairy-tale characters in the stories their mother wrote are one-to-one representations of them and the townspeople, I still enjoyed their portrayal of the silly, specific games you play when you’re a kid. It’s all stuff you recognise if you have siblings. For example, one time I got very upset because I was playing imaginary fishing with my brothers and my older brother stole my imaginary fish. Mum couldn’t understand why I didn’t just imagine another, bigger fish. Tell Me Why captures that feeling very well.” … [Read more...] about Tell Me Why’s third and final act is out now