Solid State Disk – A Conventional Hard Disk Drive

October 26, 2007 at 9:38 pm | Posted in Tech | Leave a comment

Want a SSD for your MacBook Air and your notebook computers? You have to pay the price… SSD may be a replacement for HDD in the future but it’s costly now. Its additional $900 – $1000 adder if you would like to have a SSD in your system instead of “traditional” HDDs.

HDDs store data on its spinning platters and the parts are vulnerable to shock and vibrations; on the other hand, SSDs is more robotic and run more faster then HDDs because they don’t have moving parts. The picture on the left is tradition HDD and SSD on the right. Hey, you want something more advance, of course it gets to hurt you 😉



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