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The shipping weight is 3.2 ounces. The details abiut the shipping can be found in the product details.
Lontis Andrei
· December 18, 2018
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No he experimentado con el xbox pero en teoría debe acelerar la carga en 10x como pasa con los computadores.
Andrés Sucerquia
· February 13, 2019
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this an intrrnal ssd i think you will sepcail command to make possaible to be reconized by ps4 or xbox but not sure how
BADER
· November 15, 2018
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Well, according to: http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c03733656, your HDD is a 2.5" drive (expected), which means the Samsung 860 Evo should work just fine, as long as you have/get a spacer (~2mm), if needed. This would prevent the SSD from flopping around and getting damaged from laptop transport. As long as you … see more Well, according to: http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c03733656, your HDD is a 2.5" drive (expected), which means the Samsung 860 Evo should work just fine, as long as you have/get a spacer (~2mm), if needed. This would prevent the SSD from flopping around and getting damaged from laptop transport. As long as you have or can find the necessary tools (typically a screwdriver & a couple of spudgers), you should be able to do this yourself. Hope this helps! see less Well, according to: http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c03733656, your HDD is a 2.5" drive (expected), which means the Samsung 860 Evo should work just fine, as long as you have/get a spacer (~2mm), if needed. This would prevent the SSD from flopping around and getting damaged from laptop transport. As long as you have or can find the necessary tools (typically a screwdriver & a couple of spudgers), you should be able to do this yourself. Hope this helps!
SmoothJazz'r
· June 10, 2019
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Yes
Benito G.
· February 6, 2019