There's a lot of talk these days about SSD and HDD drives. To the computer tech, the difference may be clear but to the average lay person confusion may be the only thing clear. What's difference between SSD and HDD drives? I'm glad you asked...MD+ Diagnosis:
HDD (Hard Disk Drives) hard drives are traditional hard drives with moving parts, proven to shocks and vibrations which cause can damage, that have been used for decades. SSD (Solid State Drives) hard drives are modern alternatives that are used more in portable devices than normal computers to cut down on weight, save space and maximize performance. SSD drives are commonly found in more compact situations, boot up quicker, and use less battery power. You will find SSD drives in any device that says it runs on 'flash memory' like a smartphone, tablet, or other portable device.