Solid State Drives are designed to replace traditional hard drives, solid state drives (SSDs) use flash memory to deliver vastly superior performance and durability.  There are lots of moving parts inside your hard drive — magnetic heads for example so it’s easy for things to go wrong on a standard Hard drive (translation: you could lose your important data).

If you are looking to keep your data safe and improve the performance of your system, here are four reasons why you will want to consider an SSD.

  1. They are more reliable.

    SSDs don’t have moving parts, they’re more reliable and more vibration/shock-resistant than traditional hard drives.  For example, if you happened to drop your laptop and it had an SSD installed, your screen would probably break before the SSD. That’s SSD durability.

  2. Solid State Drives run faster.

    Without moving parts like traditional hard drives which slow your computer down, SSDs are more faster. SSDs offer instant-load performance, meaning faster boot times, faster application loading times, and better system responsiveness.

  3. SSD’s more efficient.

    Since SSDs have no moving parts, they require less power to operate, which means reduction in energy usage.

  4. SSD’s are easy to install.

    Solid State Drives work seamless replacing traditional hard drives and can easily use the existing current PC connections.


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