WD Black’s 2TB Steam Deck SSD has fallen to its best price

Also works with Asus ROG Ally and Lenovo Legion Go.

WD Black SN770M is the best value SSD for Steam Deck upgrades, now at its lowest price ever.
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WD Black SN770M (2TB)

“Expand your handheld gaming device or M.2 2230 compatible laptop’s storage with the WD Black SN770M NVMe SSD with up to 2TB of storage.”

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With the introduction of Steam Deck OLED, Valve isn’t quite as stingy with storage as it once was. Still, the ever-increasing size of games means you need more space all the damn time. You could constantly uninstall and redownload your games, but we’re not masochists here. The best way is to perform an SSD upgrade, and nothing fits the bill more than this 2TB WD Black SN770M.

Currently costing $209.99 with a 13% discount on Amazon, this is the lowest price we’ve seen in the US. Unfortunately, we can’t see the drive reduced anywhere else in the world. The best we can do for you is 8% off the 2TB Corsair MP600 Core Mini in the UK at £199.49 and 10% off the 1TB model in parts of Europe.

Back to WD Black SN770M, the 2TB model grants you 5,150MB/s sequential read performance and 4,850MB/s sequential write. It probably seems a modest speed for Gen4 x4 compared to the best SSDs, but there are few cut-down drives as fast as this one. Remember, size is important, folks.

Rated at 1,200TBW, SN770M has a greater endurance than most competition in the handheld bracket. We can’t verify this, of course, so we must take the brand’s word for it. Chucking in a 5-year limited warranty, WD has you covered for half a decade in case anything goes wrong anyway.

Although we bill this as a Steam Deck SSD, it’s primed to work in most handheld devices or laptops. You can use it with Asus ROG Ally, Lenovo Legion, and mini PCs like a NUC.

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