A solid-state drive, or SSD, is a persistent data storage device. SSDs use flash memory, which significantly improves latency and I/O performance over older, electromechanical hard disk drives (HDDs).

SSDs also lack the moving parts that HDDs have, like spinning disks and read-write heads, which makes them quieter and more resilient to physical damage.

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