The trick would be finding an SSD in that size. The drive in your system is mSATA and not very common. Back in the day when the system was built, it was current technology. But that has been replaced with NVME/PCIe drives and M.2 SATA drives. Considering the age of the system and the fact that a retailer like Amazon does not even carry an mSATA drive larger than 256 GB, it might be worth putting the money toward a new system instead of a possibly impossible to find mSATA SSD.
Hi, i alredy find a Samsung 860 EVO mSATA 1Tb; do you know if that hdd is compatible with a XPS 13 L322x?
This computer has any restriction of the hhd capacity?