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HP Revolve 810 SSD User Replaceable?

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I was curious if the Revolve 810's SSD is user replaceable, and what size physically it is in case I wanted to upgrade it?

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The Revolve 810 uses a mSATA SSD card. 4.85mm thickness, 29.85mm wide.

It looks easy enough to replace, there's a video on how to do it here:
http://h20464.www2.hp.com/resultsCSR.htm?prodSeriesId=5298038&MEID=846BA69F-F69A-4EBC-BFB4-895AE7B62...

(Click on Solid State Drive for the exact video)

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i know this thread is in the grave already...

 

but its actually a,  m.2 ssd. slightly différent then a msata

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The HP EliteBook Revolve 810 G1 uses the mSATA format and I think that's clear in the video.  Here's an excerpt from the QuickSpec page:

 

STORAGE AND DRIVES
 
Solid State Drive
Up to 256 GB mSATA
NOTE: Solid State Drives (SSD), GB = 1 billion bytes. Actual formatted capacity is less. Up to 30 GB for Windows 8 is reserved for system recovery software.

 

 

The HP EliteBook Revolve 810 G2/G3 however, uses the M.2 format.  Here's an excerpt from the QuickSpec page:

 

STORAGE AND DRIVES
 
Solid State Drive
128/180/256 GB M.2 Solid State Drives
256 GB SED M.2 Solid State Drive

NOTE: For hard drives and solid state drives, GB = 1 billion bytes. Actual formatted capacity is less. Up to 16 GB (for Windows 7) and 30 GB (for Windows 8.1) of system disk is reserved for the system recovery software.

 

 

* I have personally installed Samsung SSDs in HP laptops and tablets with capacities up to 500GB/512GB with no issues, so even though HP doesn't offer capacities above 256GB specifically for G1/G2 models, it doesn't mean you're capped at 256GB. 

 

 

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I have HP Revolve 810 G2 i5 without SSD, from your post it is clear that i need M.2 SSD, but they are available in diferent brands and specs, could you explain which M.2 SSD should i get to get make it work best with my HP Revolve 810 G2 i5?

Thank you in advance

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