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240GB for $48 too - well worth the extra space for applications (e.g. your favorite games, or most used productivity apps) in my opinion.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/HP-SSD-S...2148393724
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The Inland Professional has higher 4K random read and random write IOPS. Random reads and writes are generally the bottleneck in storage performance. Sequential reads and writes are less important. The Inland Professional has the same sequential read rating, anyway, and only a bit lower sequential write rating.

The Inland Professional drive also has a 181 TBW endurance rating (how many TB can be written to the drive before the flash wears out), which is quite good . I can't even find the rating for the HP.

The Inland Professional has a 3 year warranty. The HP only has a 1 year warranty.

The Inland Professional is slightly cheaper.

As far as support, there's no toolbox software for either drive, and you'll likely never see firmware updates for either as well. If the firmware doesn't have any major bugs, this isn't a particularly big deal.
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Got one thanks!
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Great price, I put one in a few years ago in an old 2010 MBP and it runs like a champ! Best upgrade for the money. And 128GB is more than plenty as I back everything to 4TB external and cloud
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How good are these?
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240GB for $48 too - well worth the extra space for applications (e.g. your favorite games, or most used productivity apps) in my opinion.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/HP-SSD-S...2148393724
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I'm guessing this is better quality than the inland professional at microcenter/amazon for $25 for 120gb and $45 for 240gb.
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Copped. Just bought a Kingston brand one a couple weeks ago for the same price and it showed up doa. Here's hoping I have better luck with this one
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Got 8% ebay bucks. Sweet
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how compared to :

Inland Professional 120GB SATA III 6Gb/s 2.5" Internal Solid State Drive (120GB)

at amazon $25
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These are perfect for turning old laptops into chrome books!.
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This does not have dram vs the hp pro model
Runs the second controller on this page
https://www.storagereview.com/mar..._announced
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Quote from BoomSchtick
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These are perfect for turning old laptops into chrome books!.
CloudReady?
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Copped. Just bought a Kingston brand one a couple weeks ago for the same price and it showed up doa. Here's hoping I have better luck with this one
Better to show up DOA than to have a catastrophic failure of the drive (a few weeks later) with all your data on it!
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Better to show up DOA than to have a catastrophic failure of the drive (a few weeks later) with all your data on it!
Good point bro lol
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