Will this hard drive work in my Macbook?

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  1. mclaurin10

    mclaurin10 New Member

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    It will.

    (Don't really know what else to say)
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    dude upgrade to a ssd drive
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    SSD drives are only a viable choice if you one, have a lot of money, or two, you don't need much space. Cheapest i've seen a 256gb ssd is a bit over 400 dollars.
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    Exactly for that price you could get about 4 500 GB 7200 RPM Seagate's for your Macbook.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822148374
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    dude why. not only are they expensive, but they have no space at all.
    just get a traditional hard drive, you wont notice a difference anyway.
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