Solid State Drives

Solid State Drives

Standard hard drives (HDD) have been the main form of storage for desktops and laptops for many years now, with large storage sizes and affordable costs making them attractive to computer manufacturers. While they remain a viable solution for storing documents, pictures, and music, solid state drives are rapidly increasing in favour as the primary drive for operating systems and important programs with a number of advantages over their counterparts.


Unlike regular hard drives, solid state drives have no moving mechanical parts and use flash memory to store data. As a result, they are more resistant to physical shock and generate significantly less heat and noise. It also reduces the wear and tear on the drive and helps to maintain a reliable device into the long-term future.

Greater Access Speeds

Integrated circuit assemblies are used to store data continuously with significantly reduced access times, power usage, and wear on the drive. Their lightweight semiconductor memory devices reduce the overall weight of the drive, creating a more user-friendly and transportable way to store your data on the run. Because they access data electronically, rather than electromechanically, solid state drives enjoy access speeds that are almost 100 times faster than regular hard drives. Run programs and operating systems more efficiently with access speeds of 35 to 100 microseconds and almost instantaneous start-up times.

Power Efficiency

Solid state drives require a half to a third of the power of standard hard drives, keeping energy costs down and prolonging the battery life of your laptop. Enjoy the flexibility of using your drive where you want for extended periods, including no altitude restrictions or acclimatisation requirements.

Sized to Suit Your Needs

Enjoy the enhanced speed of 500 GB solid state drives or maximise your storage capacity with a range of 1 TB solid state drives. For affordability, you can’t go past the 120GB and 250GB models.