SSD vs HDD

Like a memory stick, there are no moving parts to a Solid State Drive (SSD). Rather, information is stored in microchips. Conversely, a Hard Disk Drive (HDD) uses a mechanical arm with a read/write head to move around and read information from the right location on a storage platter. This difference is what makes SSD so much faster.

 
 

For our NEW computers, you can choose whether you want a Solid State Drive or a Hard Disk Drive...

Again, the benefit to SSD is speed, the sacrifice is local storage space, but more users are beginning to move toward cloud storage solutions such as Google Drive (ask us for more info on our Google Apps for Work subscriptions).

 
              250 GB SSD

             250 GB SSD

 
                1TB (1,000 GB) HDD

               1TB (1,000 GB) HDD

 

 

Old Computers

Upgrade your laptop or desktop computer to a 250GB SSD for the cost of the drive (currently $124)
Plus labor to install it and move your data (depending on space used) over from your old hard drive ($150-$200)