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Solid state drives have been around for a while now, offering high performance storage without any of the traditional moving parts. Compared to hard disk drives which use a spinning magnetic surface to store data, SSD use memory chips which provide faster data transfers. The faster speeds mean much quicker boot times into your OS, but it also means quicker application launch times. However, the technology is still relatively new and faces several hurdles, including the pricing.

Today a standard 250 GB hard drive can be bought for under $100, meanwhile the price of the new 256 GB SSD mentioned above is $999. There are cheaper SSDs on the market, but the current pricing means they are more of a niche market and won’t be widely used until they get much cheaper. The good news is that many of the technological problems, like performance dropping over time, have been solved in newer models. SSD is maturing very quickly, and once the prices start dropping we will start to see them included with more computers. Until then it will be just an emerging technology for those who lust for better performance.