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Amazon.com has 120GB Kingston A400 2.5" SATA III Solid State Drive (SA400S37/120G) for $17.99. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+. Thanks brianb4192

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Kingston A400 SSD 120GB SATA 3 2.5" Solid State Drive - $17.99 + FS (prime)
https://www.amazon.com/Kingston-1...ngston+ssd
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I just purchased these and installing was easy! I can't believe how much faster my computer got. I reformatted and install the OS on the ssd it's so awesome !
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I had picked one up along with an enclosure for my Nvidia Shield. It is a much better option than slower flash drives; even over the sandisk ultra Nvidia recommends that my shield killed.
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Checkout Macrium Reflect. They have a free home version:
Seconded, it's pretty easy to use and I've used it several times with success. There are also some live Linux boot images you can download to do it, but they're not really for the beginner.
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I'm afraid you are on your own, there is no cloning software included.
https://www.easeus.com/backup-uti...tware.html

Easeus
Free and reliable
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Raspberry Pi has no SATA bus so you'd have to buy an enclosure for the SSD and modify the Pi bootloader to boot from USB. Also the Pi is USB 2.0 and the bus is shared by all devices so it will still not be incredibly fast.
Got it, thank you..
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I bought this last Slickdeal for an old 1st Gen i5 laptop and it's completely usable now...but really I have no need for the laptop...
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Would anyone recommended these or a Sandisk drive for old iMac or MacBook
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Would anyone recommended this for old iMac or MacBook
I would. I have a 120GB SSD in a 2009 Macbook Pro 13 inch. It's like night and day from a HDD
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I would. I have a 120GB SSD in a 2009 Macbook Pro 13 inch. It's like night and day from a HDD
Its it one of these drives specifically?
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Everyone should be running an SSD in their laptop or desktop these days, it's 2019. It is literally night and day performance upgrade that benefits so much for the computer. HDD's are just now storage drives, anything I buy discounted such as a laptop the first upgrade i'm doing on it is an SSD and you'll be surprised at how much of a performance upgrade it is.
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This is great for upgrading old people computers. They don't need a lot of space so this will be perfect.
TIL I am old people
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Its it one of these drives specifically?
Nope. It's an old patriot model. Probably a lot worst than this drive tbh.
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256GB Silicon Power A55 drive for $32. 3D NAND and DRAM cache for a couple more than the Kingston. Uses a Phison controller.

https://www.amazon.com/Silicon-Po...81&sr=1-12
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Can anyone recommend a good free cloning software? Does it copy over the os too making it a seamless process that dummies can do?
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256GB Silicon Power A55 drive for $32. 3D NAND and DRAM cache for a couple more than the Kingston. Uses a Phison controller.

https://www.amazon.com/Silicon-Po...81&sr=1-12
Good for 1 year only ,read recent reviews
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