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Old Jan 25, 2013, 02:19 PM   #1
Keukasmallie
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128 GB SSD versus 750 GB SATA

Not the most astute MBP owner, but I'm considering upgrading to a SSD. I don't really pressure my current system, and all appears to work well to this point (early 2011 build).

In any event, why is a 128 GB SSD "better" than a 750 GB SATA?

Thanks for your thoughts!
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