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Even if its a laptop still 120 gigs is not bad at all. Most laptops are office/web surfers so they cloud or don't need that storage space. For gamers always look for a laptop with a second bay. Windows 10 is about 20 gigs for a full install, which should leave you with around 95 gigs of space for other stuff.
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+1. 120GB is perfectly fine even for laptop as long as you don't use it as a main storage location for media. My go-to Windows tablet has just 32GB and I still have 10GB for storing my stuffs.
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Are you sure it's not a 60GB you saw at Fry's? That's what I see at Fry's ....
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Wow SSD prices have tanked
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Are you sure it's not a 60GB you saw at Fry's? That's what I see at Fry's ....
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Not bad price for a OS only drive. I remember when I could only afford to use 60gig drives for that purpose. 120gb should be just right for anything windows 10 and some important applications.
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Not bad price for a OS only drive. I remember when I could only afford to use 60gig drives for that purpose. 120gb should be just right for anything windows 10 and some important applications.
120GB drives are pretty limiting for use in a laptop, but good for a desktop that can have a secondary larger drive.
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120GB drives are pretty limiting for use in a laptop, but good for a desktop that can have a secondary larger drive.
Even if its a laptop still 120 gigs is not bad at all. Most laptops are office/web surfers so they cloud or don't need that storage space. For gamers always look for a laptop with a second bay. Windows 10 is about 20 gigs for a full install, which should leave you with around 95 gigs of space for other stuff.
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Even if its a laptop still 120 gigs is not bad at all. Most laptops are office/web surfers so they cloud or don't need that storage space. For gamers always look for a laptop with a second bay. Windows 10 is about 20 gigs for a full install, which should leave you with around 95 gigs of space for other stuff.
+1. 120GB is perfectly fine even for laptop as long as you don't use it as a main storage location for media. My go-to Windows tablet has just 32GB and I still have 10GB for storing my stuffs.
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bought this for $30 a month or so ago. It worked really well just as my OS boot disk
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Darn nice price. Id kinda like 1 though don't think my last sata power cord can teach the drive way XD
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Are you sure it's not a 60GB you saw at Fry's? That's what I see at Fry's ....
I got a 120gb at Fry's a year ago as well for 20 bucks. The other guy speaks the truth.
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