Upgrading Dell Latitude 3310

FarFromTech

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Hi TechGuys!
I am going to buy cheap Dell Latitude 3310, most probably with Intel Celeron processor with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB eMMC Hard Drive . Please advise what kind of upgrade I can make with it and to what extent.
Can I easily switch:
1) to i3 or i5 processor?
2) to 16 GB or 32 GB RAM?
3) to 512 GB or 1 TB Hard Disc?
Or maybe it's better to buy one with i3 processor to be able to upgrade to 2) and 3) above.
Please advise as well which brands will be most suitable for above upgrades of RAM and Hard Disc/SSD: Samsung, Crucial or something else.
Although I've googled and searched info from internet on the same subject and it helped me a lot to initiate this thread, I am totally dilettante/amateur in this sphere and your kind support will be appreciated.
Thank you in advance for your time, patience and generosity.
With best wishes,
FarFromTech
 
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flavallee

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From what I can determine, the Dell Latitude 3310 laptop comes with one of these Intel processors:

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If you want to increase the amount of RAM to improve its speed and performance, select one that comes with the Core i3 or Core i5 processor.
If you select one that comes with a Celeron or Pentium processor, it will be futile to increase the amount of RAM.
It has only one RAM slot, so you need to remove its original 4 GB module and replace it with a 8 GB or 16 GB module.

I do not believe its original 64 GB eMMC solid state drive can be replaced with a larger capacity one.
I also do not believe it supports adding an internal SATA hard disk drive or solid state drive.
Someone else here can correct me if I am wrong.

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