Solid state drives, otherwise called an SSD, are data storage devices that store data with the use of flash memory. They are referred to as “solid state” because they do not use any moving parts for their operations, as compared to hard disk drive (HDD) units. While HDDs have dominated the market for secondary data storage since their inception, the rise of solid state drives has begun to upset that reign with increased capabilities and performance. While there are both defenders of HDDs and SSDs as the best and most viable option, it can be difficult for some to decide if the upgrade to SSDs is worth it. In this blog, we will discuss the advantages and disadvantages to owning a solid state drive to help you in your purchasing decision.
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