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What is an SSD drive?

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An SSD is a solid state hard drive, meaning it has no moving parts. It uses Flash chips instead of rotating magnetic disks for storage. Because they have no moving parts, they require less power, do not generate as much heat, and are not as sensitive to motion. The disadvantage is that they are much more expensive per gigabyte than a traditional hard drive.

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