You’re probably familiar with conventional hard disk drives (HDDs). They whir, click, and crank when booting up your computer, saving documents and opening files because of their moving parts. Now there’s a better solution for data storage and access – the solid-state drive, or SSD.
SSDs contain no moving parts or physical disks. They can quickly access and move data, resulting in faster and quieter performance, quicker boot times, and improved shock resistance compared to a similarly equipped laptop with a conventional hard drive. SSDs also use flash memory to save data without power, giving you up to 3 hours* longer battery life.
So when you need to get things done, the solid-state drive helps you get to it faster.