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Does Inspiron 7560 i5-7200U have an empty (pcie) SSD slot?

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The Dell Inspiron 7000 series , especially Inspiron 7560 i7 models have an additional 128 GB (pcie) SSD apart from the regular HDD. I own an Inspiron 7560 i5-7200U @ 2.50GHz.

Can any employee please confirm if the Inspiron i5-7200U 2.50GHz has an empty slot for an SSD that i can purchase and insert in addition to the default HDD.

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This model does have an M.2 slot for a 2280 SSD but it's SATA-only.  You can use a SATA 2280 drive but you cannot use an NVMe/PCIe M.2 SSD.

Later model 7000 series systems can take either SATA or PCIe/NVMe -- this one cannot.

 

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This model does have an M.2 slot for a 2280 SSD but it's SATA-only.  You can use a SATA 2280 drive but you cannot use an NVMe/PCIe M.2 SSD.

Later model 7000 series systems can take either SATA or PCIe/NVMe -- this one cannot.

 

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Thanks a lot for the quick reply. I know i can Google, but do you have any recommendations(m.2 sata 2280) on which on should i get and if possible what is the main difference between the pcie nvme variant and the sata variant?

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Samsung is the front-runner in SSDs, but Crucial, Sandisk/WD, and others make solid drives.

The main difference is speed - SATA will give you up 600 meg/sec;  NVMe, about 3500.  

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I am thinking of purchasing this one https://www.amazon.in/Samsung-860-EVO-Internal-MZ-N6E250BW/dp/B07864V6CK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1536...

Could you please confirm if its the correct connectivity type.

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Yes, that is the correct type for the 7560.

 

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Hi, I can't go for NVMe ssd for this laptop.? Have you tested it on your system??

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Thanks Buddy i was looking for same info only.

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