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Upgrading Your Notebook Hard Drive To An SSD


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Thought this might interest some of you.

I can forsee the end of the Hard Drive in the Notebook, unless something drastic happens with them.

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Upgrading your notebook's legacy hard drive to a new, fast SSD is a substantial upgrade that makes good sense for a number of reasons. First, Solid State Drives offer orders of magnitude higher performance under certain conditions, with blazingly fast random access times. They also produce much less heat versus a standard 2.5-inch notebook hard drive and are virtually immune to shock and vibration trauma that will send your old spinning hard drive to an early grave.

For the whole procedure head on over to HotHardware

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Thought this might interest some of you.

I can forsee the end of the Hard Drive in the Notebook, unless something drastic happens with them.

big_drive-cage-out2.jpg

For the whole procedure head on over to HotHardware

Meh SSD's are nice but until they get around 500GB and AFFORDABLE for the MASSES like your 2.5" HD today. Their just a luxury instead of an incentive.

Also, What Laptop today still uses Ribbons for their hard Drives.... O,o Tell me Dell doesn't...... From the looks of the pic thou they do...

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:) nice.

can i update my satego with such a ssd??

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You should be able to replace any SATA Hard Drive with a SSD

BUT do your home work before hand and don't take my word for ir.

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The prices will come down, and it won't be long, like all things technology starts off expensive, in a year or 2 dirt cheap.

SSD = no Moving parts = more reliablilty as well

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hm. i guess i will have another notebook in two years^^

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have you tried it with your 9400/E1705?

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