02-11-2019 03:09 PM
Hello, my girlfriend bought a HP Notebook - 15-da0012dx in the United States, and back, sitting and working on it, to my great astonishment I realize that it is an NVMe ™ M.2 128-bit PCIe® SSD. GB.
My point is for the people who work with these devices is very little space. The only thing that happens to me is an external hard drive, but it can not always be loaded with all sides.
I really think it's incredible that such a modern equipment has such limited capacity, I have an HP Pavilion g4, which has more than 400 GB of storage, I'm really surprised that such an old and obsolete computer has more storage capacity than a device modern. Not to mention that there are microSD cards that have more capacity, really very disappointed with notebook.
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02-11-2019 05:03 PM
.... I really think it's incredible that such a modern equipment has such limited capacity,,,,
Older series had few options for storage but newer series now has MANY options of storage and normally for machine at that level the series has DUAL storage option. It is up to you select the right machine when you bought it OR you can add later.
As you can see, the da0xxx series can have many models/products with many configutaions/options, from 0000aa to 0999zz (in your case it is 0012dx) and the following 15-da0010tu machine has 1TB of storage
To make the story short, you can add up to 2TB to your machine if you wish. At this stage, higher capacity HDD's won't fit because they are too thick and you can also use 2.5" SSD such as the following compatible product:
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