Solid State Disk, Would this work in my machine?

Posted on 2011-10-24
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
Dell sent me this quote for a second SSD
K256M       1       Solid State Drive,256GB,S2 2.5,Samsung,RBAM       $589.99       

11725       1       Warranty Longer of 90 Days or Remainder of System Warranty/ Svc Contract. 21 Day Return. Parts may be Reconditioned.       $0.00       

375-6061       1       Thank you, Dell Outlet       $0.00       

Subtotal:       $589.99
Shipping & Handling:       $8.00
Tax:       $35.88
Environmental Disposal Fee:

Total Price w/Discounts:       $633.87

But I have found this product on Newegg.... why is it almost half the price?

The machine I have is a M6500

Let me know if more information would be helpful

Question by:meshoxford

    Accepted Solution

    Its the same thing so I would get the one from newegg.

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    Expert Comment

    Yes, it will work fine.   They're both 2.5" SATA-II drives.
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    Assisted Solution

    ... you might, however, want to consider using a Crucial M4, which is one of the best SSDs currently on the market:

    Author Comment

    I will split the points! thanks guys! So I will purchase this one from Newegg.

    Thank you!!

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