what is the diffirence between SSD and flash storage?
- Asked by Fhelie H from Dubai
1 Answer from the Community
There is essentially no difference. SDD refers to a "solid state drive," that is a hard drive that has flash (think computer chips) memory instead of spinning magnetic platters. It's "solid" in that there are no moving parts. Flash refers to the type of memory that's built into SSDs, USB Drives, Camera memory, etc.
- Answered by Alan K from Portland
- Dec 6, 2013