I've just received one of these that I bought on eBay. Wasn't expecting an SSD
- that particular spec was missing from the listing, even though other regular specs were there.
I emailed the seller and politely pointed out that he hadn't included SSD
in the listing, that an SDD is not standard for this model, and I said I was hoping that maybe he had an HDD he'd swap.
He's up in arms now: it is standard, he can provide the original invoice from Dell, and anyway I've bought it now.
I guess my point is that an SSD
is not standard in the 2nd-hand market and he should have included that spec in his listing.
I haven't the stomach for a fight (he sounds too indignant, even angry, already) so I won't raise a Dispute with eBay, but I'd like to reply to him and, before I do, would welcome comments here on my point that an SSD
is not standard in the 2nd-hand market. (I wouldn't quote anyone in an email to him - I just want to feel a little more confident in my view.)