I've been thinking of getting one for quite a while! OS's load so much faster! and i hate windows long load times so i might get one! +fol
i would love to have one but they are too expensive for my pocket
the besty upside is the possible less than 15 second boot time :D
i hear intel is making some new strides into solid stats that are helping ease the stress of video cards. look into it
I believe that they are indeed worth the hefty price tag. I use one in my rig, and let me tell you, it is FAST. Plus the reliability of them is unmatched.
They really are a lot faster, I also believe they use less power.
I've been wanting to get one but I need more money ;/
They Read/Write faster, use less power, it takes more to break them since its all chips and no moving parts.
too much money. maybe if it gets cheaper i will get one
solid state is awesome but in the end its too expensive to use on most things I really only use it for gaming and app's that take a little extra something
If you have patience then they're not especially useful, unless you're in the market for a gaming PC or make your living with the computer.
They are definitely more expensive for one!Cool blog following:D
oh i love my SSD totally worth it! once you get one you won't go back haha
hmm i might pick one of these up maybe just one 250gb..
SSD's are the sexiest thing ever...
If I had the money, if I had the moneyyyyyy >_<
This is definitely not my area of expertise. I would appreciate the answer though as I'm looking to upgrade my laptop (or desktop) soon.
I don't know that much about them I'm afraid. My tech friends would be more educated on the topic.
It would make your computer much faster by putting your OS on an SSD, or so I've heard.
I have a SSD and it totally worth the price. My computer runs faster and smoother and it's really great when using Photoshop, 3DSmax or Maya.
No Moving Parts, but I heard they fail more