Solid State Drives vs. Mechanical Hard Drives


Solid State Drives (SSDs) are storage mediums that use integrated circuitry, known as memory, to store or keep data in PCs and servers. Solid state drives were first created in the late 1970s but hve become more prevalent and mainstream across consumer electronics around the world. SSDs are slowly replacing mechanical hard drives (HDDs) in personal PCs, due to their reliability, speed, and power efficiency.