SSD for my hp laptop

Hi I have a hp 15-db0032na laptop and I’m looking at fitting an ssd 128gb just to boot windows and keep my hdd of 2tb for storage.

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Quite a few laptops don't have space for 2 drives. Did you open the case and have a look or look in the tech manual?
Once you know the size and interface needed, you can go searching,

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Looking at the specs.

I'd try to curb what I store on my HDD and opt for a 1TB SSD which last week I spotted for 99.99USD. A month ago we picked up a few 1TB SSDs for the office so this is not a high price upgrade. 2 TB SSDs are still at a premium.

If your laptop had an internal DVDRW sometimes you can covert that into a HDD space with a caddy.

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