Amazon and Western Digital are selling the SanDisk 128GB Dual USB & USB-C Flash Drive for $18.50 and $19 respectively.
Both offer free shipping with a $25+ order, and Amazon Prime subscribers get free shipping without an order minimum at Amazon.
If you use flash drives to boot computers like we do, another interesting deal is two colorful drives for $28.
SanDisk 64GB Flash Drive are $14 in choice of color, add 2 to the cart, and both ship for $28 total.
If you have a .edu email address or are over 55 years old, 15% off is available making it $24 for 2.
The 1TB Gen 3 SSD is a great value for any M.2-compatible desktop or laptop that you want fast boot and speedy load times.
The 980 Pro is a Gen 4 SSD, which can provide a performance improvement if your computer supports this new spec.
Samsung also uses SLC caching on this drive, which provides snappier performance bursts taking advantage of the faster Gen 4 interface.
The 8TB 2.5" SSD is an expensive but small & silent alternative to a 3.5" 8TB hard drive.
It's Serial-ATA interface and QLC cells provide slower performance than the M.2 drives of about 100-250 megabytes per second, so it's about the same speed as an 8TB hard drive.
We feel this SSD is meant for long-term data storage rather than a boot drive.
- Prime Members: Computer Mouse for $6
Pictek, an unknown brand, has a wired mouse with 7200dpi sensitivity on sale for $8 for Prime members only, and a $2 coupon can be clicked on that page.
The reviews are good for the price, however it will not be as good as a Logitech and other mouse priced $30 and up.