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Two Hard Drive Laptop Trends.

Discussion in 'Products & Trends' started by Craig Higgs, Jul 27, 2019.

  1. Craig Higgs

    Craig Higgs

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    On mobile,sorry for errors. Apologies if it is in the wrong area, I was unsure where to post this.

    So I have noticed a trend on keyword searches for two hard drive laptop. I found this interesting as though their are a few on the market, they tend to be much higher end business models than most people have.

    I have no idea if people want the extra space, extra speed or extra reliabilty. However given how more and more stuff is USB pen or downloads, Optical disc drives are rapidly becoming obsolete yet their weight and cost is included in the laptop.

    Anyone else noticed this? Do any laptop distributors think there is an unserved market?

    So I built this over the weekend.

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    Basically this is the DVD/CD bay replaced with a bay that can be used to swap out hard drives.
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