My wife has a VGN-T350P and would like to improve it's boot up times. For everything else the machine's performance has been adequate. We've got all the accessories for it so upgrading to a different machine would cost quite a lot than just the machine (docks at home & office, chargers, spare battery, bag, sleeve, etc).
I'm wondering about slapping an SSD into it to replace the drive that's in there now. I just haven't been able to nail down what sort of drive or adapter cables I'd need to use to make it work. I realize it's a 1.8" drive, but what sort of interface? And does anyone make an SSD that'd plug right into place? Or do I need some form of adapters.
I'm not quite prepared to go the route of ripping out the optical drive and using a 2.5 SSD. She does use the DVD now and then so ripping it out would be a problem.
So what're my options? Thanks!