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Old January 9, 2011, 10:07 AM
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My advice for a SSD in a laptop...

Search for the specs of your actual HDD in the laptop, and try to get an SSD that draws less wattage...

The Kingston SSDs, even if they're nice and cheap, draw as much power as a regular HDD...it's not a big deal, but in order to reap the "low power-increased battery life" advantage of an SSD, you got to check on that.

Other than that, they're all way faster that a HDD and will "rejuvenate" that laptop of yours...make it feel like brand-new and faster than ever...
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