Hi to everyone, this is my first post on this forum so I apologize if I am inadvertently breaking some rules. My G752vy Sata just abandoned me yesterday and actually I was looking for a good replacement, I have read other posts regarding the same argument on the forum, but dated two years ago, in this post a 2tb Firecuda is suggested but actually I don't know if there is something better out there, I also wanted to place an ssd on the m.2 slot for booting. My budget is not high and I wanted to remain on the 300/200 â‚¬. Thank you for your time and stay safe!
PS. I was also looking for a replacement of the letter "A" of my keyboard, my model is german, and is mounting s173 keys models, actually I've met no few difficulties in looking for the right item. Thank you again !
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