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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by Fasailmac, Jul 4, 2009.
Seems like it's a standard 2.5-inch size so it should be fine!
i would be careful...the seller has 92 negative feedbacks in the last 12 months
And they had about 9000 positive feedback which is about 99% positive, their feedback is pretty good so I would buy from them. You're bound to get a few negative feedbacks when you sell that many items.
92 negs in 12 months is crap to me....i also said "be careful" i didnt tell him not to buy it.
I never said to buy it or not buy it, I just offered another train of thought upon the feedback. 99% positive is pretty good for someone who sells so many items IMO, but to each their own.
Should have added that unless hell freezes over in it's totality - I'd never buy a single thing from eBay.
All 2.5 inch drives will fit. As long as they have a SATA connection.
Why would you buy this from ebay at this price when the same drive is slightly cheaper from newegg, a trusted and reliable reseller?
Normally id say newegg all the way, but as you see here http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820139006 its cheaper on ebay from the price before shipping and all that good stuff.
You better look at that again newegg is cheaper cause shipping is free!
Still. Why deal with all the craptastic crapiness that is ebay when you can go newegg and be within $5 of the total price? If you're that strapped for cash you might need to reconsider why you're buying the SSD in the first place...
I could maybe see if the OP was from Canada, but even then... dealing with eBay? Not unless it's absolutely necessary
Edit: besides since it's for a notebook you can get it cheaper from newegg so long as you're buying the correct product: