Replacement hard drive for Portege P2010 - part number required

Can someone tell me what is the part number for a replacement hard drive for Portege P2010 is? It has the latest version of the BIOS installed, if the capacity of the HARD disk can be greater than the original 30gig?

Thank you



Hello Martin

Unfortunately I was found no specific information. If I'm right, this unit needs 1.9 HDD and I think it can be much more expensive as 2.5 standard.

Check it please this page
You will find a few pieces of upgrade for your device.

Good bye

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