Dell 512 GB Solid State Drive - M.2 2280 Internal - SATA - Workstation, Notebook, Desktop PC, All-in-One PC Device Supported

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With features such as a 1 TB hard drive, a quad-core processor, and adequate internal memory, the Dell512GB Solid State Drive is one of the most popular laptop drives currently available. This powerful little drive serves as a great storage device for your personal files. The data that is stored within this disk is located extremely fast and easily accessible. Even with the speed of the drive, it is still extremely safe and secure. Due to the fact that this particular model comes with an operating system, it can be used to back up all of your other disks on your laptop as well.

The Dell knows that the space that your computer uses is limited. It understands that not everyone wants to spend that much money on a laptop that only holds 500 MB of space. However, if you truly desire to have hundreds of songs stored on your laptop then you need to maximize the space that you are given. As such, you should look into getting the larger capacity disk. This is the absolute best way to make your laptop last. If you do not have this drive, you will find that your laptop will begin to slow down dramatically.

The larger capacity disk will enable you to hold more gigabytes. That is a far greater amount than the capacity that the laptop provides. It is the same story with the space on the hard drive. A terabyte is equal to 1000 gigabytes. This means that a disk which holds three gigabytes of information is the equivalent to holding three petabytes of information on your computer.

While it is true that your laptop may slow down drastically when you begin to use more than three gigabytes of space, it is still not going to cause your computer to crash. In fact, it will probably speed things up. Of course, it will not be able to store anything larger than this.

Of course, if you want the most amount of space possible, you need to go with a Dell. Even if it does have the smallest hard drive available, it can still hold a huge amount of data. It is not something that will be a problem for you. It also does not take up much space, so there is no reason for you to feel guilty about wanting this model. In fact, you will not even notice it.

Since everything is stored in a single file, this means that you can easily organize your files. There is no need to compress files, as all you will be doing is moving them around on your hard drive. Also, you will not need to worry about putting all of your important documents and pictures somewhere else. You can keep all of this in dell's own secure place.

Of course, this does depend on how much work you do on your laptop. If you just want to browse the internet or chat with friends, then you will not have too many worries. However, if you have a lot of business files or documents, then you might want to get a laptop with more storage. The biggest benefit to having a larger hard drive is that you will be able to store more data.

These days, there are many laptops that are available, but none of them will be as portable as a dell product. If you are in the market for a laptop, then make sure that it has the features that you want to use. If you are on a tight budget, then you will probably want to go with a dell. However, make sure that you look over all of your options. There are plenty to choose from, so you will not have any problems finding the right one for you.

Product Features

Storage Capacity: 512 GB Wireless LAN: No Drive Interface: SATA Drive Type: Internal Form Factor: M.2 2280

Product Information

SSD VS.HDD The Advantages and Advantages of SSD-STATE DIVE

1. Higher Read-Write Speed than HDD

Speed is among the biggest advantages of a SSD drive over hard drives. SSDs are 25-100 times more efficient than hard drives. Note that an HDD requires additional time to write or read data as it moves its magnetic head over the spinning platter. This process also creates a situation where data is broken up. An SSD is still more efficient because there aren't any mechanical components or fragmentation. This means it is able to boot faster, transfer files faster, and is also more efficient in speed.

2. Energy Efficiency

An SSD requires less power than a HDD. An HDD is comprised of moving parts. A HDD is made up of moving parts and requires additional power to function properly. SSD does not do this. Solid-state drives are energy efficient and are thus ideal storage devices to store computers and mobile devices where battery capacity is crucial.

3. More durable than HDD

Another advantage of solid state drives is their endurance. SSDs have been proven to be more resistant to damage to hardware as well as data loss due to shakes and drops than other types of storage media. An SSD is more robust against shudders, drops and falls and is less susceptible to data loss caused by external injuries due to the absence of moving parts. This makes SSDs suitable for laptops and mobile devices.

4. Operation Sound-Free

A hard disk drive can produce distracting sound and vibrations during operation due to the movement of its read-write head and the rotation of its metal disk plate. This is particularly true when huge data volumes are being processed. Solid-state drives can be quieter than other drives because it does not include mechanical or moving parts.

5. It is smaller than HDD

Solid-state drives also have a small form factor. A HDD is naturally heavier due to the presence of a magnetic head and metallic disk within an enclosure. However An SSD is comprised of integrated circuits that are small in size. An SSD is small enough to be used in ultraportable laptops as well being used in consumer electronic devices, such as tablets and smartphones.


1. More Expensive Than HDD

Price is one of the major cons and disadvantages of a solid-state drive. An SSD is more expensive than a hard disk drive in terms if dollars per gigabit. Specifically, an SSD with a similar storage capacity as an HDD is often twice as expensive. SSDs tend to be more expensive than other devices and computers. This is because solid-state drives are more expensive to manufacture.

2. Smaller Base Storage Capacity

Manufacturers are insisting on a standardization of greater storage capacities, like 500GB or 1TB. SSDs have the capacity of 64GB and 128GB as their base storage capacities, respectively. This is a significant limitation for SSDs. The SSDs have a small base capacity, which is why entry-level computers with SSDs have less storage capacity. SSDs come with capacities of up to 4TB, however they are rarer than HDDs or much more expensive.

3. HDD is less accessible than HDD

Because hard disk drives can be bought at many electronic and computer stores it's much easier to obtain them. There are a variety of HDD makers on the market. SSDs are more costly and difficult to come by, especially with larger capacities. Solid-state drives are costly to make and not popular with retailers due to their expensive manufacturing costs. The market is moving towards mobility, and SSDs are becoming more readily available but are not as popular as HDDs.

4. Concerns over PE Cycles

Another drawback of solid-state drives is the potential limitations in the amount of times data may be written or rewritten. A SSD can't keep all data in a single block, as opposed to an HDD. But, flash memory has limited write cycles. SSDs which are consumer grade have 3000 to 500 read-rewrite and cycle for erase. The higher-end models with higher prices include 100,000 cycles of program erase. It's possible that data could be lost if an SSD's integrity reaches its limit.