You can also find the smaller 250GB WD Blue SN550 NVMe SSD reduced to just £44.99. It's much cheaper not just because of the reduction in size but also due to the drive's slower read and write speeds compared to the WD Black. Still, it's much faster than a standard SSD and the perfect choice if you're looking for a cheaper according to Digital Foundry. … [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
If your PC feels like it’s forever running out of storage, then it might be time to add another SSD to the mix – and to help you get the best deals on today’s best SSDs for gaming, we’ve rounded up all the lowest prices for them in the UK and US. This week, SSD deals are pretty scarce for those of us living in the UK, as prices have either remained static or gone up. Thankfully, US prices have kept a more even keel over the last week or so, making it a much better time to buy for those of you across the pond. Still, with a £10 off a Samsung T5 this week, there are still a couple of good SSD deals around for UK shoppers, so whether you’re looking for a cheap SATA drive or a brand-new NVMe SSD, these are the cheapest SSD deals of the week. … [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?
My bugbear, however, was always going to be around Dontnod’s extremely vocal efforts at doing trans representation right – and on that, Alice reckons the handing of trans character Tyler is fine enough, if ultimately forgotten by the time episode 2 rolls around. It’s a relief to see it not pan out a trope-ridden mess, but responses fellow queer critics has been mixed. Kotaku’s Riley McLeod was completely won over by the relatable awkwardness of returning home after transitioning, while Sam Greer and Dia Lacina both felt the game pulled too many punches in attempting to play its representation safely. … [Read more...] about Tell Me Why’s third and final act is out now