What exactly are you doing with this laptop? If you want maximum performance, a Samsung 850 Pro or 860 Pro is about as fast as a SATA SSD gets, but you pay it.
Samsung 850 EVO and 860 EVO are quite a bit cheaper and something like 99% of the performance in virtually all use, although there are some sustained scenarios where they are significantly slower-- but no sane desktop user is likely to encounter any of those scenarios. Similar applies for the Crucial MX500 and a few others.
And virtually all modern SSD controllers will suffer from reduced performance on SSDs smaller than 500GB or so, since the smaller SSDs don't have enough active NAND dies to provide sufficient parallelism for maximum performance... so instead of forking out for a top of the line Samsung 850 Pro 128G, you're very likely to be better off forking out for a cheaper 850 EVO 250GB.
Paging through your link, it looks like they only carry an older, slower Crucial model and a lower-end, slower Samsung model... Kingston has wide variety of models with very different controllers, I'm no longer familiar enough with Kingston's various families to remember what performs better or worse. You're probably going to have to dig through reviews, or at least enough spec sheets to figure out what controllers specific SSDs use-- since you can reasonably count on SSDs using the same controller, same capacity, and same type of NAND to perform similarly.