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Which SSD should you buy now for a laptop


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Hello everyone.


Which It is worth buying now on Amazon - for a laptop that will be the only disk on the computer for both the operating system and storage, but there is almost no need to store information, more for surfing the Internet, And movies (not for games)  :


this :  



Or that?



I.e. is it better to buy the wd 500GB ($ 50) or the Samsung evo 860  250GB ($ 65) (Samsung 500GB now costs about $ 93!)


Thanks in advance.


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There is in the tablet (which is quite good, and I am very pleased with it and its compact size, which is small, lightweight and easy to carry, with a sharp screen and excellent for my taste) SSD Of 256GB from the tablet manufacturer (teclast) - Teclast 256GB NS550-2242

In connection type - M.2 SATA

 Its results in CrystalDiskMark 7 - appear in the image I attached.


The existing ssd on the tablet does not have dashboard software and there are no firmware updates at all (I bought it about a year ago).

(I have a desktop computer with  Of the Crucial mx500 which occasionally has occasional dashboard updates and firmware updates).  


Thus for example it is written in relation to Of the Samsung Evo 860 - on Amazon - in the product description (in the link I attached in my first post above) including:

Performance may vary based on SSD's firmware version and system hardware & configuration.


Therefore - I thought it would be worthwhile to switch to a higher quality SSD like the ones I mentioned (wd or Samsung) - which will give an improvement in performance (this is a total price of about $ 50 - $ 65).


Thanks Jabberwock



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