16GB of computer memory would normally sell for at least $50.
The above "laptop" memory is DDR3 SO-DIMM, so make sure your laptop or mini PC is compatible with "8GB" capacity, "DDR3" kind of memory before buying.
The above "desktop" memory is DDR4, and is compatible with only newer computers that are "DDR4" capable.
We have a couple 4-year old Lenovo Thinkpad X230 Tablet laptops capable of 8GB capacity, DDR3 kind of memory in each of its 2 memory slots.
Upgrading from 4GB or 6GB all the way to 16GB of memory allowed a lot of browser windows, development screens, Photoshop, Microsoft Office, and other apps to stay open without losing stability.
- Crucial 240GB SSD for $60
Crucial BX200 2.5" 240GB Solid State Drive for $60 today.
Normally at least $65.
- Crucial BX100 120GB SSD for $39 (expired)
Crucial BX100 120GB Solid State Drive for $39 this morning.
It appears to be a discontinued drive (or will be discontinued soon) since few other stores still sell this model, but it normally sells for about $60.
Other stores sell similar 120GB SSDs for about $38.