Solid State Drives – Doc’D #18

In this month’s technology-themed episode of PractitioNERD Documented, or “Doc’D”, host Montez McCrary will be discussing the history and technology behind solid state drives.

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One thought on “Solid State Drives – Doc’D #18”

  1. I will say this: ever since getting a SSHD and Windows 8.1 on my main desktop, it boots so quickly from cold to the desktop that going back to Windows 7 and a regular 7200 HDD would be a severe disappointment 😛 Last I checked, once the BIOS screen went away, it was under 5 seconds (minus typing in a PW) to get to a usable desktop.

    The other thing that amazes me is the volume of storage space we are getting on small flash drives. That could be worth doing a special on if you haven’t yet.

    Another great topic might be the idea emerging this year of “computers on a stick,” where they put a mobile processor, GPU, etc. on a thumb stick that you could use as a portable computer, complete with mini-HDMI, USB ports, etc.

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