It's sad, I know. But I am finally getting to some of my reviews and videos from the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) that was in Vegas way back in January.
I just posted a review and a video about a Solid State Drive I saw at one of the events.
Because it is solid state and has no moving parts, there are a lot of benefits - reliability, boot-up speed, less heat, less power, etc.
But the video really shows the difference between a traditional drive and an SSD. You would never even nudge a regular magnetic drive while in operation.
Of course, the drives are still very small capacity and very expensive but it's a first step.
Check it out.