Do you need the ultra-fast performance of an SSD (Solid State Drive) but the capacity and comparable price of a HDD (Hard Disk Drive)?
WD has just released the first two in one SSD (Solid State Drive) and HDD (Hard Disk Drive) combined. This is not a hybrid drive – a hard disk drive with SSD cache – but a combination SSD and HDD in a single device. The SSD and HDD are combined but not compromised creating a single device with performance and capacity.
NAR Design has been delivering this combination in desktop computers for a number of years – but with two devices, an Intel SSD in 60GB, 80GB, 120GB or 180GB and a WD HDD of either 1TB, 2TB, 3TB or 4TB. Continue reading