Kingston Technology 30gb - 480GB Solid State Drive 2.5-inch
V300 SATAVGA NVIDIA GT 730 Graphics Card (5000MHz, 1GB, 64 Bit, GDDR5, HDMI, VGA, DVI-D, PCI-E)
The first thing people usually do when their computer starts to slow down is to consider an upgrade. Although a new graphics card, more memory or a faster processor will help speed your system up there is a BIG bottleneck that people do not realise that will slow their machine down. Most computers over 3 years old will have mechanical hard drives (storage space), by upgrading to an SSD dive (solid state drive) you will give your pc a new lease of life. I have benched marked all the computers that I have upgraded to SSD and the speed difference especially on laptops is quite spectacular. I went with the Kingston brand because I have had very good experiences with their memory cards. Currently I have four Kingston SSD drives, 60gb in a usb portable box, 120gb in my main pc as c: drive, 240gb used for video and photo editing and a 480gb for backups. So if your pc is slowing down, uses intensive programs like Photoshop, play the latest games or just want a more reliable backup drive then an SSD drive is a sensible choice.