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How many M2 slots and SATA are in my laptop (hp 17-cb1010ca)

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I'm wondering if I  can add another SSD in my laptop without having to get rid of either the 256 gb SSD or 1 TB hdd it came with. I haven't been able to find this information on youtube or google.

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@TiduZ 

 

Machine has 2 M.2 slots for M.2 NVMe SSD drives. The series supports pre configured dual storage option:

 

           512 GB, PCIe, NVMe, TLC, solid-state drive + 1 TB, PCIe, NVMe, TLC solid-state drive

 

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banhien
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@TiduZ 

 

Machine has 2 M.2 slots for M.2 NVMe SSD drives. The series supports pre configured dual storage option:

 

           512 GB, PCIe, NVMe, TLC, solid-state drive + 1 TB, PCIe, NVMe, TLC solid-state drive

 

Regards.

BH
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