Supposedly Amazon had the 65” Sony A80J OLED TV for $1300, a $700+ discount. That was last year’s model, I am interested in getting an A80K, this year’s model. I didn’t think twice about buying the deeply discounted A80J. 1) I don’t want a left over, no matter the savings 2) I’m not supporting Amazon, no matter the savings. I have no problem spending $21 or 2200 on the current A80K from somewhere other than Amazon.
When the Windows 10 Feature Updates were much larger and more significant, going back to 1511, 1607, 1703, I would have users with HDDs reboot their computers for whatever reason, and then the update would install and they would be down for hours in the middle of the work day. Laptop users who had 5400 RPM drives were impacted with most. The same or similar spec’d computers with SSDs would take minutes.
For the RAM, would have to know the current configuration and number of slots, and max amount the motherboard can support. I can't stand when you order a computer with 8 GB of RAM and they give you two 4 GB sticks, instead of one 8 GB. That's why I maxed mine out with 64 GB of DDR4 ECC from the factory. 12 GB of RAM sounds like an 8 GB + 4 GB stick, or more than likely would need an 8 GB stick of DDR3 or DDR4. So whatever that costs versus an SSD. 2.5" SATA drives from reputable manufactures are very inexpensive these days and NVMe drives are falling fast. My 1 TB WD Black 750 was $250 is 2020, it's replacement the SN850 is about half that. My 7 year old work laptop is maxed out at 16 GB and I never had any issues and I'm running a few VMs for testing purposes.