Taj: helpfull video...thanks... but ssd is too much costly in compare to HDD.... but this kind of ssd can increase my alienware x51 r2 speed too much...
EHAb abdelmeged: It is about the number of programs
Tarmesha Marks: Now how do you transfer info from HDD to SSD including windows?
Rajesh Chaudhary: yeah.. SSD is faster.... fastest..
ANAK WATAN: ssd is faster but shorter life span
de_luna /// CS:GO /// SuperCell /// Other *: ASUS FIX MY GODDAMN LAPTOP
wallaguest1: hate the space gap between the screen and the notebook, floating hinges are so ugly
DEVIL COMMANDER: just bought a 1tb samsung evo ssd for $400 god bless the markets!!
Sony Trinitron: SSDs are overrated, sure you can pay more for faster speeds but do you really need it? Even for gaming HDD's are fast enough, the only reason I'd think of buying a SSD is for saving more power when using a laptop, but as I use a desktop and just use word, publisher and go on the internet SSD's aren't worth it, not sure about for gaming though.
Nathan James: WHAT?!?!?!? A SOLID STATE DRIVE IS FASTER?!?!?!?!? WHAT?!?!?@>#>#L#>#>#
Niklaus Fletcher: why can't asus afford better mics and sound recorders
Rowan Page: why is it that ssds tend to have smaller memory
Dick Tracy: I see SSD data transfer rates at 3GB/s and SATA III HDD rates at 6GB/s so wouldn't HDD be 2x as fast as SSD?
Goga Montana: Throwing a lot of money just for speedier booting??? Thnx but no thnx! Infact, I'm very satisfied with my 2yr old 2 TB Seagate, it works very well, no errors and pretty quiet. And it is fast too (one of the fastest hdds today). Also, I'm in region with often power malfunctions so SSD isn't good solution for me (ssds are prone to errors on circuit problems). This drive has no errors albeit it survived several blackouts.
Nguyen Duc Huy: My laptop use hdd . But it never need to spend that much to load window 7. Your hdd is a piece of junk.
Cat warrior 14: if u replaced to an ssd i suggest keeping the hdd for backup
Tony Bamanaboni: bigger harddrive = more crap to read partition that harddrive to the same ammount as the ssd then teat it again