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It depends on which model you have. ALL Celeron model lacks a SATA interface, so you're stuck with the 32GB of soldered eMMC. The SATA Pentium board doesn’t have this problem, but you need to replace the board, buy your own RAM (DDR3L) and a hard drive with matching caddy. Anything will go here, but you cannot expect there to be eMMC or RAM included on these boards.
 
Some Pentium models include eMMC, but these havealso use eMMC, which has the same problemissue as the Celeron model - it’s all soldered and non-upgradeableboard. If you absolutely need more then 32GB, sell this to the highest bidder without expecting muchwho is okay with eMMC and soldered RAM. It will cost less to recoupbuy one with the costs of getting a SATA Pentium machine that was built that way from the factoryright board then to replace yours.
Some Pentium models include eMMC, but these havealso use eMMC, which has the same problemissue as the Celeron model - it’s all soldered and non-upgradeableboard. If you absolutely need more then 32GB, sell this to the highest bidder without expecting muchwho is okay with eMMC and soldered RAM. It will cost less to recoupbuy one with the costs of getting a SATA Pentium machine that was built that way from the factoryright board then to replace yours.

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It depends on which model you have. TheALL Celeron model lacks a SATA interface, so you're stuck with the 32GB eMMC limitation. It can be fixed with aof soldered eMMC. The SATA Pentium boardboard doesn’t have this problem, but these can be somewhat expensive as you need to replace the SATA variant (with socketed RAM), which is found in HDD models of the machine only, as far as I can tell. The commonboard, buy your own RAM (DDR3L) and a hard drive seemswith matching caddy. Anything will go here, but you cannot expect there to be 500GBeMMC or RAM included on these boards.
It depends on which model you have. TheALL Celeron model lacks a SATA interface, so you're stuck with the 32GB eMMC limitation. It can be fixed with aof soldered eMMC. The SATA Pentium boardboard doesn’t have this problem, but these can be somewhat expensive as you need to replace the SATA variant (with socketed RAM), which is found in HDD models of the machine only, as far as I can tell. The commonboard, buy your own RAM (DDR3L) and a hard drive seemswith matching caddy. Anything will go here, but you cannot expect there to be 500GBeMMC or RAM included on these boards.
 
Some Pentium models include eMMC, which suffer from theeMMC, but these have the same problem and include soldered RAM. However,as the majority are hard drive based unless the original owner was not willingCeleron model - it’s all soldered and non-upgradeable. If you absolutely need more then 32GB, sell this to spendthe highest bidder without expecting much onto recoup the system when itcosts of getting a SATA Pentium machine that was newbuilt that way from the factory.
Some Pentium models include eMMC, which suffer from theeMMC, but these have the same problem and include soldered RAM. However,as the majority are hard drive based unless the original owner was not willingCeleron model - it’s all soldered and non-upgradeable. If you absolutely need more then 32GB, sell this to spendthe highest bidder without expecting much onto recoup the system when itcosts of getting a SATA Pentium machine that was newbuilt that way from the factory.

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It depends on which model you have. The Celeron model lacks a SATA interface, so you're stuck with the limited storage without a replacement motherboard. The32GB eMMC limitation. It can be fixed with a SATA Pentium boardboard, but these can be somewhat expensive as you need to get for the optionSATA variant (with socketed RAM), which is found in HDD models of having a SATAthe machine only, as far as I can tell. The common drive tendsseems to cost as much as a system that came with this board from the beginningbe 500GB.
It depends on which model you have. The Celeron model lacks a SATA interface, so you're stuck with the limited storage without a replacement motherboard. The32GB eMMC limitation. It can be fixed with a SATA Pentium boardboard, but these can be somewhat expensive as you need to get for the optionSATA variant (with socketed RAM), which is found in HDD models of having a SATAthe machine only, as far as I can tell. The common drive tendsseems to cost as much as a system that came with this board from the beginningbe 500GB.
 
Pentium models of this laptop do have a SATA slot, so they can be upgraded. With that being said, I only see models that have this board with a hard drive included, at least from Dell directly.
Some
Some Pentium models may include eMMC, but it is very unlikely since I have yet to find ones that mention eMMC and don't have a hard drive installedwhich suffer from the beginning. Most of themsame problem and include a 500GBsoldered RAM. However, the majority are hard drive frombased unless the factoryoriginal owner was not willing to spend much on the system when it was new.
Pentium models of this laptop do have a SATA slot, so they can be upgraded. With that being said, I only see models that have this board with a hard drive included, at least from Dell directly.
Some
Some Pentium models may include eMMC, but it is very unlikely since I have yet to find ones that mention eMMC and don't have a hard drive installedwhich suffer from the beginning. Most of themsame problem and include a 500GBsoldered RAM. However, the majority are hard drive frombased unless the factoryoriginal owner was not willing to spend much on the system when it was new.

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It depends on which model you have. The Celeron model lacks a SATA interface, so you're stuck with the limited storage without a replacement motherboard. The Pentium board you need to get for the option of having a SATA drive tends to cost as much as a system that came with this board from the beginning.
 
Pentium models of this laptop do have a SATA slot, so they can be upgraded. With that being said, I only see models that have this board with a hard drive included, at least from Dell directly. This may not always be the case as some
Some Pentium models
may come withinclude eMMC, but it is very unlikely since I have yet to find ones that mention eMMC and don't have a hard drive installed from the majoritybeginning. Most of these Pentium models alreadythem include a 500GB hard drive out offrom the box. Seeing as this is the case, it is very doubtful the Pentium models will ever come equipped with eMMC storagefactory.
Pentium models of this laptop do have a SATA slot, so they can be upgraded. With that being said, I only see models that have this board with a hard drive included, at least from Dell directly. This may not always be the case as some
Some Pentium models
may come withinclude eMMC, but it is very unlikely since I have yet to find ones that mention eMMC and don't have a hard drive installed from the majoritybeginning. Most of these Pentium models alreadythem include a 500GB hard drive out offrom the box. Seeing as this is the case, it is very doubtful the Pentium models will ever come equipped with eMMC storagefactory.

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It depends on which model you have. The Celeron model lacks a SATA interface, so you're stuck with the limited storage without a replacement motherboard. The Pentium board you need to get for the option of having a SATA drive tends to cost as much as a system that came with this board from the beginning.
It depends on which model you have. The Celeron model lacks a SATA interface, so you're stuck with the limited storage without a replacement motherboard. The Pentium board you need to get for the option of having a SATA drive tends to cost as much as a system that came with this board from the beginning.
 
Pentium models of this laptop do have a SATA slot, so it is possible to upgrade them. However, these usually do not include eMMC and normally includethey can be upgraded. With that being said, I only see models that have this board with a hard drives. Indrive included, at least from Dell directly. This may not always be the case as some may come with eMMC, but the majority of cases, you will findthese Pentium models already include a 500GB hard drive and lack any formout of eMMCthe box. Seeing as this is the case, it is very doubtful the Pentium models will ever come equipped with eMMC storage.
Pentium models of this laptop do have a SATA slot, so it is possible to upgrade them. However, these usually do not include eMMC and normally includethey can be upgraded. With that being said, I only see models that have this board with a hard drives. Indrive included, at least from Dell directly. This may not always be the case as some may come with eMMC, but the majority of cases, you will findthese Pentium models already include a 500GB hard drive and lack any formout of eMMCthe box. Seeing as this is the case, it is very doubtful the Pentium models will ever come equipped with eMMC storage.

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It depends on which model you have. The Celeron model lacks a SATA interface, so you're stuck with the limited storage without a replacement motherboard.

Pentium models have a SATA slot, so it is possible to upgrade them. However, these usually do not include eMMC and normally include hard drives. In the majority of cases, you will find Pentium models include a hard drive and lack any form of eMMC.

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