On 17 December 2010 22:34, Mark Knecht wrote:
Laptops either have SATA or IDE. Both types of connections are of a
different form factor compared to their 3.5" counterparts. However, on
first look, the SATA one would give you the impression that you can't
just buy another disk and put it in there. That's because there's an
extra attachment to the existing disk that needs to be taken out and
slotted onto the new one.
I don't know whether this has been mentioned yet, but you could get a
CompactFlash card and an adapter to mimic solid state storage. You
have to look out for good performance cards, though. They're much,
much cheaper (inclusive of the cost of the adapter) than a full SSD,
and not so far away in speed.
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