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    Dell's XPS 15 features several upgradeable components, and but swapping in a new SSD could add a few years to your laptop.
    Many high-end laptops come with very few upgradable features. But there is one component you usually can improve: storage. While even the most basic solid-state drive (SSD) outperforms any hard-disk drive (HDD), you can get even more speed and more storage by upgrading.

    The Dell XPS 15 (9570) is one of my favorite ultra-powerful, non-gaming laptops. Here is how to make it even better by tossing in a new SSD.

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    08-24-2018 11:10 AM

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