I managed to pick up one of the new Crucial BX500 QLC nand SSD today, very much a value product and not an enthuiast product. Crucial launched these very recently and have not really made a song and dance about them, there was talk of poor production yields on the initial runs for the nand chips. I picked up the 240gig 2.5in SATA version for sub £40, this is to replace a mech HDD in my laptop. The drive isn't used as the boot drive as I have a Western Digital M2 ssd in the NVME slot. The drive will hold a couple of games approx 50gig each, VMware Ubuntu image and my Onedrive folder. I ran a simple benchmark after I installed approx 130gigs of data on the drive and trimmed it. Definately cheap and cheerful, but QLC nand should mean that the percentage of new laptops shipping with older mechanical HDD drives should fall significantly.