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When choosing your laptop’s internal storage, you historically had to decide between speed and capacity. Fast SSDs – at least, the ones you could afford – were somewhat limited in storage. Old-school mechanical HDDs, although excruciatingly slow, could at least contain an ungodly amount of songs and movies.
But now, you don’t have to make that compromise. High-capacity SSDs are cheaper than ever. Take, for example, the snappily-named SanDisk SDSSDA-1T00-G26. This 2.5-inch SATA drive comes with 1TB of blazing-fast storage, with read/write speeds of up to 535MB/s and 450MB/s respectively.
Of course, fast read/write speeds aren’t the sole perk of SSDs. Because they contain no moving parts, they use far less power, giving a welcome boost to your laptop’s battery
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