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HP S700 2.5inch 120GB SATA III 3D NAND Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) 2DP97AA#ABC
  • New 3D NAND Technology and advanced wear balancing algorithm for higher durability @0.6 Drive Writes Per Day
  • An industry-top-leading Reliability (MTBF) 2M hours, and Endurance (TBW) up to 295 TBW
  • Higher Order LDPC Error Correction for high speed parallel decoding and real time error correction to ensure data integrity and security
  • All Metal Body - heat dissipation and durability in a PC environment
  • Full compatibility with HPdst.exe (HP Software Pre-installation Environment). Ideal upgrade for HP PCs
  • Manufactured to HP's high quality standards and fully tested and certified in HP Laboratories
  • 1-800 Technical Support Provided
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$40 read, $40 write, lol
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Not going to completely chew your food, here ya go: https://www.anandtech.com/show/11...ssd-review
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So true. I upgraded last year ($89 HP S700 in August) and cut boot time on my HP X360 M6 from 18 seconds to 8. Resume from sleep is in a blink, literally.
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For $40 I don't think I can justify it; If the S700 Pro (256GB) drops to $60 then I'll probably snag that.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/HP-S70.../876640446
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This is about the price point of a 128 gb usb drive. You could put it in a case and have a faster storage/download drive than most of the 3.0 USB drives in that price range. Downside is it is larger than USB drive, but will probably keep the data more secure, as USB drives are not the best for storing data long term. Other advantage is data transfer will be much faster, especially if you are transferring large files.

Naturally the best use is to at least use this drive as your boot disk on your desktop or notebook. After a week or two you will forget how long it used to take your computer to boot up when you had a mechanical drive.
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This is about the price point of a 128 gb usb drive. You could put it in a case and have a faster storage/download drive than most of the 3.0 USB drives in that price range. Downside is it is larger than USB drive, but will probably keep the data more secure, as USB drives are not the best for storing data long term. Other advantage is data transfer will be much faster, especially if you are transferring large files.

Naturally the best use is to at least use this drive as your boot disk on your desktop or notebook. After a week or two you will forget how long it used to take your computer to boot up when you had a mechanical drive.
So true. I upgraded last year ($89 HP S700 in August) and cut boot time on my HP X360 M6 from 18 seconds to 8. Resume from sleep is in a blink, literally.
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R/w speed ..
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Good pricing. However I'm waiting for 512 GB SSD price drop to more affordable price. I already have 128 GB & 256 GB SSD and they're showing storage capacity is an issue.
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$40 read, $40 write, lol
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Not going to completely chew your food, here ya go: https://www.anandtech.com/show/11...ssd-review
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Can this be used in a 2013 Mac Book Pro
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Can this be used in a 2013 Mac Book Pro
No, the 2013 MBP uses a different size SSD similar to the M.2
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This is about the price point of a 128 gb usb drive. You could put it in a case and have a faster storage/download drive than most of the 3.0 USB drives in that price range. Downside is it is larger than USB drive, but will probably keep the data more secure, as USB drives are not the best for storing data long term. Other advantage is data transfer will be much faster, especially if you are transferring large files.

Naturally the best use is to at least use this drive as your boot disk on your desktop or notebook. After a week or two you will forget how long it used to take your computer to boot up when you had a mechanical drive.

Also the right size to clone your OS disk for a safer backup. (I create 90+GB partition on all my drives and good to go)

Know of two PCs on my network -laptop ; desktop that HATE the latest W10 upgrades and either roll them back or bork completely.
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Does this come with software to easily transfer windows 10 onto? I've heard the Samsung SSDs come with software that will do this for you.
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Does this come with software to easily transfer windows 10 onto? I've heard the Samsung SSDs come with software that will do this for you.
https://www.macrium.com/reflectfree
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Why wouldn't you just clean install Windows on the new drive?
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