I been looking into how I can speed up my current laptop (not planning on buying a new one soon), so the cheapest way I think would be to get an SSD. How do I know which SSD is compatible and which one I should buy? I'm leaning towards buying one around the 256 GB range.
2 decently priced models I found on ebay are "CRUCIAL C300 Real Solid State Drive 256 GB 2.5" Internal Drive" and "Crucial Solid State Drive 256GB V4 2.5" SATA SSD," the problem is I don't know if these will work with my laptop.
Here are my laptop's specs:
• Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor T6600
• Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium
• 16" 16:9 Wide Screen Display (1366x768)
• 4G memory plus 320GB hard drive
• HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) Output
If there is another cheaper alternative than buying an SSD, please let me know.
Dammit, someone just bought it for 160. It came with the data transfer kit too....
I found another one, this dealer has 8 more but the model number is a little different (CT256M4SSD2). Same 256 GB Crucial m4 2.5" though.
Downside is that they are used and the data transfer kit doesn't come with them.
Is this also compatible with my laptop?
Many people told me that eBay sells fake or used items as new and at full price of he original product. Don't know if that is true. You can also find this deal in newegg I'd say buy from there as it has a clean record.