Just in case anyone is still fence-sitting on this whole SSD thing. I have a terabyte SSD the size of a matchbook that's awesome.
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Even for mainstream users, it's not hard to tell the differences between using a PC that has its OS installed on a solid-state drive versus a mechanical hard drive. With an SSD, the OS will start up faster, while apps and multi-tasking won't bring certain processes to an absolute crawl. With SSD pricing where it is right now, it's easy to
Love the speed increase with SSD. I have an undersized SSD in my MBP – 250GB. Their upgrade cost wasn't worth it at the time. Then I have another 250GB in a flush-fit SD card, which has been fine for music, movies, and source files.
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