So many of us are looking to upgrade and expand our music production setups this time of year, but with the amount on offer this week, it’s hard to know where to begin. Hopefully, to save some time, we’ve selected a few of the most exciting Early Black Friday Tech Deals that Amazon.com has to offer.
Samsung 870 EVO 500GB 2.5″ SATA III SSD
If you’re upgrading older generation hardware or simply looking for a higher performance solution for your system boot drive, the Samsung 870 EVO is a tried and tested option for desktops, laptops, or external casings. Offering 560/530 MB/s sequential read and write speeds and excellent compatibility makes this a decent SSD for Mac or Windows-based DAW users. At $64.99, this deal saves you 32% on the usual list price, which is a very enticing offer.
PNY XLR8 CS3030 2TB M.2 PCIe NVMe Gen3 x4 Internal SSD
The PNY XLR8 CS3030 was designed for high-end custom gaming desktops, but it will do just fine for studio use as well. Whether in use as your main boot drive or an expansion drive for audio samples and DAW projects, it has the performance to decrease load times and enough space to free up your system. With up to 3,500/3,000 MB/s sequential read and write speeds, you won’t be complaining about boot or application load times. Currently available at $199.99, you save 39% on the original price.
Newsoul 15.6″ IPS HDR 1080P FHD Type-C Portable Monitor
Increase your display real estate with the Newsoul 15.6″ Portable Monitor. If you actually require mobility or just a compact display in a workspace that may be populated with synths, pedals, studio monitors, or other peripherals, this looks like a reasonably priced option. VESA Mountable in both horizontal and vertical modes, this monitor is also USB-C equipped and supports all the latest devices from desktops and laptops to tablets and smartphones. At $186.99, it’s 31% off the normal retail pricing, which makes it certainly something worth looking at.
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