With World Backup Day, you can save up to 58 percent on SSDs and other storage products

World Backup Day reminds us to protect our data and be prepared for data loss and theft, which ultimately requires us to make multiple copies of our digital information. In other words, it helps us keep our videos, photos, precious memories and more in a safe place. Of course, this includes cloud services, external drives and more, but the best part is that you can also save some money on some of the best storage products.


Samsung 980 PRO SSD

Samsung’s 980 PRO SSD PCIe NVMe Gen 4 Gaming M.2 Internal Solid State Drive Memory Card comes with maximum read and write speeds, thermal control and other great features that make it the best choice for your gaming console or your PC.


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Amazon’s World Backup Day deals get you an insane 58 percent discount on a new Samsung 980 PRO SSD 2TB PCIe NVMe Gen 4 M.2 card, meaning you can take one home for just 150. The price tag reads $159, but you can get an additional $9 discount with the coupon on the page. This SSD comes with next-level performance, giving you read speeds of up to 7,000MB/s. Thanks to the latest discounts, you can also consider going for the 1 TB or 512 GB storage models, which are now available for $80 and $70, respectively. And if you want better thermal control, you can get yours too with a heatsink, starting at $100 for the 1TB model.


You can also look at the normal version of the 980 PRO SSD and the one including a heat sink on Samsung.com, but be prepared to pay a little more. Suppose you are looking for other alternatives. In that case I can advise you to check out The Platinum P41 from SK hynix, which costs $157 on its 2 TB storage variant thanks to a 39 percent discount, which equates to an immediate savings of $100. This option comes with read speeds of up to 7,000 MB/s and write speeds of up to 6,500 MB/s with patented SK hynix HYPERWRITE cache technology. Or get the SK hynix Gold P31 for $120 if you want 2TB of storage, though I’d recommend going for the 1TB model, which retails for just $72 with a 33 percent savings.

A more portable and affordable solution is included SanDisk’s 512 GB Extreme microSDXC UHS-I memory card with adapter, now on sale for just $48 with a 56 percent savings. Or buy a new one WD 20TB Elements Desktop external hard drive for $280 thanks to the latest 45 percent discount.