What is the difference between a solid state hard drive and a regular hard drive?

Answer A solid state drive is a storage device that uses solid state memory to store data. While technically not a disk, a solid state drive will often be referred to as a solid state disk drive, or a sol... Read More »

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Difference between 256GB High Performance SATA Solid State Drive and 1TB SATA 3.0Gb/s Hard Drive with Native C?

SSD is much much faster than HDD. They are also much newer and more expensive hence why the storage sizes aren't that large. HDD uses a disk to read and write data. Whereas a SSD uses things which ... Read More »

What is a solid-state hard drive?

A hard drive is a storage device on which everything on a computer is stored. The hard drive sits inside a computer, and all of the programs, including the operating system, are installed onto it. ... Read More »

Solid state hard drive?

Funny you should ask. I just last month purchased an Intel Series 520, 120 Gig SSD. I couldn't be more pleased. My XP Pro would boot in about three minutes with the Seagate drive. With the Inte... Read More »

Is there much difference between 80Gb hard drive and 100GB hard drive?