Upgrading your PC with a Samsung SSD is the most economical way to breathe new life into an aging PC. The 840 EVO reads, writes and multi-tasks at incredible speeds, enhancing boot-up speed, application loading and multi-tasking performance. It’s more than an upgrade, it’s a complete transformation of your PC.

2 thoughts on “Samsung Electronics 840 EVO-Series 250GB 2.5-Inch SATA III Single Unit Version Internal Solid State Drive MZ-7TE250BW

  1. KJ says:

    Amazing upgrade for old laptop. – Instructions to install. I had a very sluggish ASUS laptop that was about 2.5yrs old. It had a 2nd gen Intel Core 2 Duo processor. It took forever to boot up and website browsing was very slow. I mainly use my laptop for checking e-mail, web surfing and downloading photos from my digital camera. I’m not a power user so I just couldn’t rationalize spending hundreds of dollars to replace it. Plus, I’m not a fan of Windows 8 which is installed on nearly all new laptops which dissuaded me from buying a new laptop (I have Windows 7 now).Lately I’ve been hearing how replacing the old mechanical hard drive with an SSD would increase performance of any PC. I wasn’t sure how much of an improvement it’d be since I wouldn’t be updating the processor. After I put in the SSD it was a whole new world. The laptop booted up in seconds instead of minutes. Applications opened faster and everything was more responsive. Until now I never realized how much the mechanical hard drive bottlenecked the laptop’s…

  2. Tom Servo says:

    Makes a noticeable speed difference from traditional hard drives If you need some more speed from your existing PC (especially laptops) this might be what you are looking for. Let’s face it, most decent computers have enough RAM (4GB or more) and a fast enough CPU for “general purpose” use. But if you find your computer is still sluggish overall performance is probably held back by the hard drive. Traditional hard drives are mechanical and are limited by the time it takes for the platters to revolve and the mechanical components to position/seek before data can be read/written. An SSD is an “electronic” hard drive with no moving parts – which means significant speedups since there is no waiting on mechanical parts. In addition SSDs are more resistant to vibration/mechanical shock than hard drives.Replacing the stock hard drive on a laptop (Win7, 64-bit) my Primary Disk interface score went from 5.8 to 7.6 (note the highest score is 7.9) and the laptop feels much snappier – boots in half the time too. I used the included Samsung Disk…

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