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WD SN750 1TB Nvme M.2 2280. 149.99 + 8.99 shipping.

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[Canada Computers] WD SN750 1TB Nvme M.2 2280. 149.99 + 8.99 shipping.

Same price as BF
Also same price at Memory express
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trex1983 wrote: That's the same link posted in the OP. Did you meant to post another link from another reseller at the same price?
No, I did not see the deal link.
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Seems to be the same price at most locations that carry it. Free shipping from Newegg.

CC lists a "shipping credit" for damn near every other sku in their boxing day sale... this one, nothing because they figure folks are going to buy it with or without shipping credit.

As an online shopper who isn't in a city with a brick and mortar store, CC's already on my naughty list for having the great majority of items I was looking for earlier this season listed as either "no online stock", or "order online PU in store".
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Can we use an external USB C enclosure for our cars as a music storage device?
Blanka
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djemzine wrote: Can we use an external USB C enclosure for our cars as a music storage device?
Your enclosure/drive may have higher power draw requirements than the port provides.

The Tesla model 3, for example, doesn't work with some ssd, basically people end up buying the exact ssd model due to that uncertainty. Your best to check the forums if your car can support it.
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digitalpixies wrote: Your enclosure/drive may have higher power draw requirements than the port provides.

The Tesla model 3, for example, doesn't work with some ssd, basically people end up buying the exact ssd model due to that uncertainty. Your best to check the forums if your car can support it.
Hmmm okay. Will do and thanks for the heads up.

Do you think I should get a USB 3.0 Drive with a USB C adapter? I do not have any USB A ports. All are USB Type C.
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