LaCie Rugged External SSD 2TB 2.5" Drop Resistant, USB-C, STHR2000800
LaCie Rugged External SSD 1TB 2.5" Drop Resistant, USB-C, STHR1000800
LaCie Rugged Boss External SSD 1TB 2.5" Drop Resistant, USB 3.1 Type-C, STJB1000800
LaCie 1Big Dock 4TB External SSD, USB-C, Thunderbolt 3, STHW4000800
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Looking for the best SSD Drive? M Fusion can help you find the best SSDs and compatible storage upgrades for your desktop or laptop. All types of SSDs are faster than HDDs. They are also more reliable, durable and compact.
We stock an extensive range of SSDs from renowned brands such as Samsung, Crucial and Seagate. Whether you need entry-level SATA based SSDs to luxury and ultra-fast NVMe M.2 PCIe SSDs, we deliver all kinds of SSDs to suite your desires.
What kind of SSD does my computer need?
Solid-stage drives come in a variety of forms giving you every possible software and hardware connections. However, your choice of the drive will depend on what device you have or intend to buy. SSDs get their name 'solid-state' from the fact that there are no moving parts.
SSDs are different from HDDs in terms of size and performance. SSDs store data in integrated circuits.
SSDs also do not require a spinning disk and are more compact. Their immense capacity for smaller sizes drives up flexibility for smaller devices such as convertibles, 2-in-1s and sleek laptops. SSDs also reduce access time dramatically as you don't have to wait for platter rotation to begin. However, SSDs are more expensive per their amount of storage than HDDs.
To choose the best SSD, you may consider form factors. For instance, if you are opting for a SATA based SSD, you can choose between M.2 and 2.5 form factors. However, suppose you want the highest experience. In that case, you may choose NVMe based SSD, which guarantees the most astonishing speeds though they are more expensive than SATA SSDs.
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SSD are not necessarily expensive if you go for a dual-drive option. In a dual-drive set-up, you will use a low/medium capacity SSD as your operating system's boot device. At the same time, you choose HDD for storing your music, documents and videos. For example you mat choose a 250GB SSD as the boot drive for super-fast booting, and have a 3TB HDD for general file storage.