Erm, I guess so. Nothing really compares to an SSD, which is frustrating because so few laptops comes with a real SSD. I'm looking for a low end i3 but I keep needing to factor in the cost of replacing the drive. I don't even use any computers now that don't have an SSD. When I sit down at a PC with a regular drive, my first feeling is that something must be broken - it's so damn slow.
Can you just buy an internal SSD separately and add to the laptop yourself?
It's sold out? How do you find deals like this in the future?
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