“Solid-state drives are on the cutting edge of storage technology, allowing your computer to access data without the moving parts required by a traditional hard drive. So-called flash drives don’t have the spinning disk of a conventional hard drive, so they use less power, work more quietly, and should be more resistant to damage from rugged use. And because there are no moving parts, they promise to access data more quickly.
We tested the first consumer laptop to include one of those drives, the new Sony VAIO VGN-TZ191N/XC”…. Full Article Via Consumer Reports