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upgrading ssd

by andywhannel » September 7th, 2017, 3:39 pm

where can I get an upgrade to supplement my SSD storage on my Linx 14" Ultra Slim Laptop ?
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Re: upgrading ssd

by andywhannel » September 7th, 2017, 3:40 pm

[quote="andywhannel"]where can I get an upgrade to supplement my SSD storage on my Linx 14" Ultra Slim Laptop ?

Can't find anything anywhere...........
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Re: upgrading ssd

by kierenpatel » October 23rd, 2017, 8:34 pm

Hi. Did you find a solution? I’ve got a Linx 14 with a 128GB Sandisk microSD as well as a 128GB M.2 SSD installed (in the hatch in the bottom). The M.2 was £70 from Amazon, by a company called Transcend, it takes some messing to get it working but once it’s in it’s just as fast as the installed memory. I’d be happy to write a guide, if you need help PM me!
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Re: upgrading ssd

by JustAC » January 7th, 2018, 4:23 pm

Was thinking about upgrading too. There's an ADATA 128GB M2 SSD for £49 and a DREVO 240GB one for £69 on Amazon at the moment.
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Re: upgrading ssd

by mtpockets » January 8th, 2018, 10:50 pm

JustAC wrote:Was thinking about upgrading too. There's an ADATA 128GB M2 SSD for £49 and a DREVO 240GB one for £69 on Amazon at the moment.


I'm on the hunt too!

From what I can see we need an M2.2242 SSD due to only a short slot being available. The ADATA and DREVO ones are 2280 (80mm as opposed to 42mm) so I don't think they will fit.

The best price I can find at the moment is this one ZTC-SM201-128G at memoryc.com but the past reviews on ZTC cards on Amazon are quite mixed. I'd prefer a decent brand like Transcend but can't find any UK stock 128gb cards.

Have you had any further joy?
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Re: upgrading ssd

by JustAC » January 10th, 2018, 4:30 pm

mtpockets wrote:I'm on the hunt too!

From what I can see we need an M2.2242 SSD due to only a short slot being available. The ADATA and DREVO ones are 2280 (80mm as opposed to 42mm) so I don't think they will fit.

The best price I can find at the moment is this one ZTC-SM201-128G at memoryc.com but the past reviews on ZTC cards on Amazon are quite mixed. I'd prefer a decent brand like Transcend but can't find any UK stock 128gb cards.

Have you had any further joy?

Ah that does make sense - I'll keep the size format in mind.

I haven't done much more searching lately, but I might consider getting one at the end of the month.
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