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Crucial SSD lowers its price to revitalize your old Mac

If you have a Mac from several years ago with a mechanical hard drive and want to give it a new life, you can do so by simply installing an SSD. The improvement with this disk in the Mac is abysmal and you’ll be able to continue using it in your daily life and it will go really fast. The price of SSDs has been plummeting for several years now and in February they reached a new record low.

Today we have seen how Amazon has lowered Crucial’s SSD both 500 GB and 1 TB at quite interesting prices that we didn’t think we would see a few years ago. It’s certainly a unique opportunity if you were thinking of changing your Mac hard drive at a ridiculous price.

Crucial SSD lowers its price to revitalize your old Mac
Crucial SSD lowers its price to revitalize your old Mac

The SSDs that are on sale today at Amazon belong to the Crucial MX500 range which has a speed of 560 MB/s and 64-layer 3D NAND TLC memory. No doubt because of the price at which we find them today they have incredible performance.

If we go into the matter, the 1 TB disk can be found at 121.92 on Amazon. It is very rare to find a 1 TB disc at this price but we are seeing how is approaching the 100 Euro barrier and soon it will surely go down to around 90 Euro. This model has a writing speed of 560 MB/s and a writing speed of 95,000 IOPS.

Buy 1 TB capacity SSD Crucial hard disk.

If you don’t want so much internal storage and want to save some money you can opt for the same range but with a smaller capacity, 500 GB. This can be found at 61.75 on Amazon, but obviously we will see a slightly lower write speed, specifically 510 MB/s, and a reading speed of 90,000 IOPS.

Buy Crucial SSD 500 GB storage.

For us, this is a high quality album and the price is such that you shouldn’t think too much about it, since you can give a new life to your computer with a small investment , and you can save on buying a new computer.

Leave us in the comment box what you think of this incredible offer, do you have any Macs that could use this album?