For those who eagerly pursue performance speed, but have hesitated because of the steeper costs over traditional drives, ADATA has launched an entry-level solid state drive (SSD), the S396. It offers a new chance to attain the high speeds of the latest performance standard.
After extended periods of use, many computers see a marked decrease in system speed. Long waits can occur both in booting the system and when opening applications. It is often difficult for ordinary users to upgrade the CPU, and the motherboard may not have available slots for the addition of more memory. In fact, the bottleneck of traditional hard drives is the disk transfer speed. Because the method by which SSDs transfer data is entirely different from that of conventional hard drives, SSDs provide markedly higher speeds. In addition, SSDs have further advantages of low heat-discharge, low power-consumption, lightweight structure, and high impact resistance, all good reasons to choose this route for computer upgrades.