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A solid-state drive (SSD) is a storage device that uses integrated
circuit assemblies as memory to store data.It is also sometimes called
a solid-state device or a solid-state disk although SSDs do not have
physical disks.
SSD can use traditional HDD interfaces and form factors. Newer form
factors such as mSATA and Ruler SSD can increase performance over HDD
performance.
SSDs have no moving mechanical components. This distinguishes them
from conventional HDDs. While the price of SSDs have been declining
they are still way more expensive than low-priced HDDs.

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A tablet is a mobile device typically with a mobile operating system.
Tablets being computers do what other computers do, but lack input/output
abilities. Modern tablets are similiar to large smart phones.
Tablets have touch screens. To compensate for their lack of physical
keyboard, most of tablets can connect to independent physical keyboards
by wireless or bluetooth.
The form of tablet was conceptualized in the middle of twentieth century.
Tablets rose in popularity and use very fast. Today they are used in
personal, educational and business applications.




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Iphone is a line of smart phones designed and marketed by Apple inc.
All generations of iphones use Apple's iOS operating system. The first
generation of iphone was released on June 29, 2007.
The user interface is built around the device's multi-touch screen.
The iphone has wi-fi and can connect to cellular networks. All iphones
can take pictures, shoot video or play music. As of 2017 2.2 million
applications were available for iphone.
The original iphone was described as revolutionary and game changer for
the mobile phone industry. The iphone is one of the most widely used smart
phones in the world. And its success has been credited with helping Apple
become one of the world's most valuable trading companies.

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