No, I find it odd myself as the disk is Basic and not Dynamic (which is the correct terminology) and the two main partitions (System Reserved and C) are both Primary partitions. The only thing holding it back is the unallocated space at the end which comes up as Logical.
In this case since nothing works and to avoid wasting time and/or messing things up, I think I will advice you to do an extra step.
Back up the system drive (the one with the logical unallocated space).
Unless you have a preferred backup solution, I'll recommend you use Macrium Reflect Free which allows you to create a bootable CD/USB drive. You can download it from the knowledge base here which gives instructions how to install as well (make sure you select Free instead of Full).
Once up and running and after creating the boot disk, click the 'Backup' menu and select 'Backup Windows'.
This choice will auto select the 'System Reserved' and 'C' partition in the next step.
After backup is done, turn off the computer and replace the system drive for the SSD. Start and boot from the Windows PE CD/USB drive created and restore to the SSD.
Hope it helps