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Sold out.

Hmmm, ignore that, it appears to be back in stock.
These things have been going for $40 on sale for a few months, this is a bit of a discount. Thanks.
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Can this work as a regular ssd for a desktop pc?
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Can this work as a regular ssd for a desktop pc?
As long as you have SATA ports available, just get a 2.5" to 3.5" adapter if your case doesnt have a 2.5" bay.
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I'm literally trying to think of something to put this in so I can have an excuse to buy it at this price
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i might be wrong, but this S700 has bad numbers, almost in the realm of a WD blue.
maybe skip this one.
https://www.anandtech.com/show/11...d-review/7
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great deal for upgrading family members that barely use their HDD

they will think the computer is flying compared to spinning disk


thx op
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As long as you have SATA ports available, just get a 2.5" to 3.5" adapter if your case doesnt have a 2.5" bay.
do u know if it can be used as external?
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do u know if it can be used as external?
Sure, pick up a 2.5" SATA enclosure. I'd be sure to get at least a USB 3.0 enclosure with a decent controller to take advantage of the speed of the SSD. Otherwise you can pick up a 1TB drive for $50 or so? The external mechanical drives can be had for that range usually as well.
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Got a positively ancient Compaq (R4000?) laptop (circa 2005 I think) that's still functional. It knows nothing of SATA, tho. Think it would it be too much hassle to find an adapter & give it a new lease on life? I vaguely recall the BIOS couldn't handle drives above 128GB or something like that, so this would give it it's last hurrah. Thing is built like a tank and still has respectable battery life, so hate to see it go down w/o a fight.
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Got a positively ancient Compaq (R4000?) laptop (circa 2005 I think) that's still functional. It knows nothing of SATA, tho. Think it would it be too much hassle to find an adapter & give it a new lease on life? I vaguely recall the BIOS couldn't handle drives above 128GB or something like that, so this would give it it's last hurrah. Thing is built like a tank and still has respectable battery life, so hate to see it go down w/o a fight.
Afe you serious? Just use it as a dedicated media player if it works, it's not worth the hasstle.
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I would stay away from HP SSD's after reading reviews at Newegg about warranty from HP.

"###UPDATE###
It appears that, to HP, this SDD does not exist! I tried to enter the serial number and part number, both to find that HP does not have a warranty at all! Also, it should be noted that on the box it claims a 3 year warranty, then you find a sticker saying 2+ year warrenty... This is not comforting news and I'm docking eggs because of it."

"The number listed for SSD support and service...-844-517-8295 goes only to an automated service with no way to reach a real person or get ANY help!"

Newegg said 5 year warranty; HA. Plus early failures.
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I would stay away from HP SSD's after reading reviews at Newegg about warranty from HP.

"###UPDATE###
It appears that, to HP, this SDD does not exist! I tried to enter the serial number and part number, both to find that HP does not have a warranty at all! Also, it should be noted that on the box it claims a 3 year warranty, then you find a sticker saying 2+ year warrenty... This is not comforting news and I'm docking eggs because of it."

"The number listed for SSD support and service...-844-517-8295 goes only to an automated service with no way to reach a real person or get ANY help!"

Newegg said 5 year warranty; HA. Plus early failures.
I think this is manufactured by a third party and just has a HP badge on it. Kinda like how some insignia TVs use Samsung's factory reject displays. The reason I believe this is because I have a HP Spectre 13 2in1 and they put a Samsung Evo 960 SSD into it which I thought was kinda weird considering that HP makes their own SSDs.
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Afe you serious? Just use it as a dedicated media player if it works, it's not worth the hasstle.
Well, it does have Altec Lansing speakers or some such. I hate to waste something that works perfectly fine & admit to feeling some fondness for my first non-work-supplied laptop. Plus, if I replenish the cells in the battery it'd probably have killer battery life after getting rid of the mechanical drive. With the aforementioned fact that it's built like a tank (yet didn't cost me 4x as much like a Panasonic Toughbook would've) makes me feel okay taking it along in my tractor-trailer where it'd get bounced around all to heck.

Dunno - probably am letting nostalgia cloud my judgement, but like I said: I hate to be wasteful.
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Well, it does have Altec Lansing speakers or some such. I hate to waste something that works perfectly fine & admit to feeling some fondness for my first non-work-supplied laptop. Plus, if I replenish the cells in the battery it'd probably have killer battery life after getting rid of the mechanical drive. With the aforementioned fact that it's built like a tank (yet didn't cost me 4x as much like a Panasonic Toughbook would've) makes me feel okay taking it along in my tractor-trailer where it'd get bounced around all to heck.

Dunno - probably am letting nostalgia cloud my judgement, but like I said: I hate to be wasteful.
I know how you feel, I'm extremely frugal hate to throw things away specially if it still works, I have a desktop from 2007 and I still drive my 98 Camry which I got brand new from highschool. Go ahead swap the SSD and let us know how it went
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