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Yes I believe it will fit and work
Wyll
· 22 October 2019
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I'm sure you can but first you have to copy your whole drive partition to the ssd or have os and do fresh install. Ps im not a mac person but i thought macbooks already have ssd?
Peter (from Australia)
· 10 September 2019
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Yes they are. I bought one few months back.
Great product and has worked flawlessly for me in my computer.

Paul.TV
· 29 October 2019
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I’m sorry I have had no experience with the ThinkPad , however if it has a SATA HDD installed, I would expect it could effectively replace the installed drive, as I used my purchased MX500 to do this job in a desktop upgrade without problem.
I, however, don’t think it should be used as a secondary drive as it’s perfo… see more
I’m sorry I have had no experience with the ThinkPad , however if it has a SATA HDD installed, I would expect it could effectively replace the installed drive, as I used my purchased MX500 to do this job in a desktop upgrade without problem.
I, however, don’t think it should be used as a secondary drive as it’s performance far surpasses that of a normal HDD.
I hope this info is helpful.
Regards
Terry See less
I’m sorry I have had no experience with the ThinkPad , however if it has a SATA HDD installed, I would expect it could effectively replace the installed drive, as I used my purchased MX500 to do this job in a desktop upgrade without problem.
I, however, don’t think it should be used as a secondary drive as it’s performance far surpasses that of a normal HDD.
I hope this info is helpful.
Regards
Terry

Terry
· 29 August 2019
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Yes it does though I did not bother putting it in an enclosure
Narrabri Pete
· 4 August 2020
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Yes, the bx range do not
Neil Carter
· 4 August 2020
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Satellite P750 has SATA interface , so MX 500 should be suitable. For RAM, look for DDR3 ( 1333MHz) . Specs says that this PC is fitted with 6GB RAM and max is 8 GB. Please do check in your system or manual before buying as this is only a general information and may not be your correct for your PC configuration.
gajendra singh
· 12 October 2020
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I used it for Sony Vaio. Please check on Sony website. It may be compatible.
gajendra singh
· 22 August 2020
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I am fairly sure that it will work and provide you more capacity and if you are coming from an old drive technology (mechanical HDD) then it will improve performance greatly. I believe that at least since migration to Intel processes all Mac Mini computers have been using SATA 2.5" drives, so this makes it compatible … see more I am fairly sure that it will work and provide you more capacity and if you are coming from an old drive technology (mechanical HDD) then it will improve performance greatly. I believe that at least since migration to Intel processes all Mac Mini computers have been using SATA 2.5" drives, so this makes it compatible for the 250GB SSD. Larger drives will need to be verified, but should not be a problem. See less I am fairly sure that it will work and provide you more capacity and if you are coming from an old drive technology (mechanical HDD) then it will improve performance greatly. I believe that at least since migration to Intel processes all Mac Mini computers have been using SATA 2.5" drives, so this makes it compatible for the 250GB SSD. Larger drives will need to be verified, but should not be a problem.
Rick
· 14 June 2020
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Go to the Crucial website and give them a query.
Liam
· 30 October 2020