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SSD Drive the new Wave

hdd_and_ssdThe new wave of the future is solid state drives. With the growing need for more storage space, private consumers and corporations alike want an efficient and cost effective way to store and deliver their data.  For those of you who are not familiar with SSD’s , SSD stands for solid-state drive and is a data storage device using integrated circuit assemblies as memory to store data tirelessly. SSD technology uses electronic interfaces compatible with traditional block input/output (I/O) hard disk drives. The amazing thing about SSDs is that they have no moving mechanical parts, this is what sets them apart from the standard hard drive disks or floppy disks electromechanical magnetic disks that work with spinning disks and movable read/write heads. SSD’s have less of a chance of breaking, run quietly, transfer data faster, and have less lag time between tasks.

SSD’s look a lot like traditional hard drive’s  allowing them to fit in a notebook or desktop computer where the hard drive usually sits. This design is to allow the SSD drive to put in a notebook or desktop computer in place of a hard drive. The majority of all the latest electronics are developed around semiconductors and chips. When using a SSD, the main storage conduit is through semiconductors instead of through a magnetic media such like a hard drive. While this kind of storage has been around for quite some time in flash memory drives that plug into the USB port, the SSD lives inside of the computer and takes the place of the traditional hard drive.

Using SSD technology in new palm sized computers is going to change the game. These little machines utilize solid-state storage, are now available in more affordable options, and leave a smaller carbon footprint than the larger and less efficient computers. The new technology gives you the power of a large computer squeezed into a tiny chassis that fits in the palm of your hand! This mighty little machine is fueled with a powerful solid-state dual-core x86-based processor running at 1.65GHz, with 4GB of DDR3 RAM.

The most important benefit of SSD’s is their strength, Hard drive platters are extremely fragile and delicate. The slightest shaking motion from dropping it can cause the drive to be useless and ultimately cause you to lose all your data. The SSD store all your important data in memory chips, it will not get damaged from any type of impact because there are fewer moving parts. With the quicker boot-up time, faster file searches, efficient app start-ups, and less lag time and power usage, Solid State Drives (SSD) are the only choice for you.

Emily-Kate Niskey
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