Amazon US have the Crucial P5 2TB 3D NAND NVMe Internal Gaming SSD, up to 3400MB/s - CT2000P5SSD8 for US$149.99 which after shipping and GST ends up as US$182.32 or NZ$288.93 shipped using Amazon's conversion. It's currently in stock/no back order. This is a high end PCIe Gen 3.0 NVMe SSD using TLC with a DRAM cache. Gen 3 means it is not suitable for use with the PS5.
Performance wise, it doesn't generally quite match the Samsung 970 EVO Plus https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/crucial-p5-m-2-nvme-ssd… or the Hynix P31 which is often considered the best gen 3 consumer SSD but not easily available to NZ. Like it's newer gen 4.0 cousin, the P5 Plus, it's also a but power hungry and gets quite hot so probably not a good idea for a laptop or small system. However it's still significantly better than the devices that are QLC or DRAMless or both, which is what you generally get at this price range; or even the older TLC+DRAM drives that top out at about 2100MB/s.
Note although the P5 Plus I posted ~2.5 weeks ago https://www.cheapies.nz/node/33198 was 1/3 more for the device, after shipping (which is same for both) it comes to 31.5% more and with worse currency conversion it's closer to ~25% more or this is ~20% cheaper whichever way you want to look at it. So if you got the P5 Plus whether it was worth it, you decide. (Despite the earlier delivery estimates, mine already shipped so suspect you can't cancel and get this instead.) Of course SSD prices are also on a downward trend at the moment so even with worsening NZD, there will probably be better deals in the coming months.
I wonder why Amazon US converts the total at checkout into NZ dollars but Amazon AU doesn't?