2.8. SSD: Solid State Drive

SSD: Solid State Drive

SSDs are another form of hard disk, however they lack moving components. It comprises of a bank of flash memory capable of storing a considerable quantity of data.

Despite the fact that SSDs are always growing in capacity, they are not cost-effective for storing massive volumes of data. 

That being said, the SSD is a high-performance drive. It is quick and resistant to damage caused by drops or minor impacts.

SSDs are offered as 2.5-inch laptop encased drives and M.2 SDDs, which are the two most popular types on the market.

Therefore, if feasible, I always prefer SSDs for portable laptops. In our other post, you may learn more about whether or not SSDs are worthwhile.