What is my IP
What is my IP

SSD laptops – Maximum speed and efficiency

SSD laptops are the ultimate solution to laptop slowness and inefficiency.

With an SSD laptop, you will no longer have to wait forever for the operating system to start up, you will eliminate the lag in opening and saving documents, and you will be able to open programs and applications almost immediately.

Choose the SSD laptop configuration that suits you best. You'll find gaming and 2-in-1 laptops, ultrabooks, workstations, and more - the choice is yours!

Ver este contenido en castellano en Portátiles SSD

What is an SSD?

An SSD (solid state drive) or solid-state disk is a storage device that uses flash memory or non-volatile memory to store a computer's data.

What are the differences between an SSD and an HDD?

The operation of SSDs is based on flash memory chips. Therefore, an SSD does not have any of the mechanical components that an HDD has.

HDDs spin at high speed to read and write data. The faster they spin, the faster they react. However, they always need a minimum of time to find the place on the drive that contains the requested or to-be-archived data.

SSDs, in contrast, rely on their flash memory chips, composed of NAND logic gates, to accumulate the information. To perform this operation, they do not need to rotate any part of the disk, which allows them to have an immediate reaction time.

In addition, by eliminating mechanical components, SDDs require less power, reduce the weight and noise of the notebook, and minimize failures caused by disk spin-up and spin-down.

What is an SSD used for?

A solid-state drive or SSD improves the speed, latency, and performance of laptops and desktops. This optimizes the loading time of operating systems and other computer programs and applications.