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  • Laptop
Guide
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HDD - the oldest of the three options.The data then stored on the magnetic platters.They are read by special heads.Hence, the main drawback - the relatively low speed of reading and writing data.To read the file with the different parts of the disk heads have to travel and spend time on it.However
plus too obvious - the minimum cost of 1 MB of data.You can not afford to drive of 500 GB, thus not much to spend.
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SSD - solid state disk.As a matter of fact - a great flash drive.It has no moving parts, and therefore the read speed is limited only by the speed of memory chips mounted on it.The main advantage - fast loading Windows, and "heavy" applications such as Adobe Photoshop.The mai
n advantage in terms of the notebook - ready for use after 2 seconds after opening the lid!
Less - high cost.In the consumer market are rare even models with a 256GB disk.Today, it is a limit to the price range of 1000-1500 USD.
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SSD + HDD - Tandem small SSD, for example, 24 GB, and a large HDD.Plus - in Windows 8.1 laptop wakes up several times faster than conventional counterpart from the HDD.Another fat plus - you can afford a large disk of 500 GB and above.Cons
inherited from HDD - is low, compared with SSD, read and write speed.