The WD Blue SSD offers good performance given that it is using TLC NAND but is about 600-700 bucks more expensive than other TLC SSDs in the price bracket. We’re talking sticker price here which for the 250 GB SKU is Rs.8,320 but you can find them online and at local retailers for roughly Rs.6,799. For something that’s an older SanDisk SSD with just newer branding, the price tag is a teensy bit higher. If you take that out of the picture, then the WD Blue SSD is a pretty good option in terms of performance.
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WD Blue SSD are the new mid-range SSDs from WD since their acquisition of SanDisk.
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