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Difference between SSD and SATA

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Hi everyone,

I want to know what is the technical difference between Solid State Drive(SSD) and SATA ..................


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SATA is a protocol.
SSD is a king of memory.
A SSD could be SATA compatible, no?
 

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Solid State Drives are made from silicon based memories. The kind of memory you have in your pendrive, memory card etc. It does not contains any moving part like conventional hard drive have mechanical motors and moving head. SATA is protocol for serial data transfer that is used by HDD.
Solid-state drive - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 

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Hi Thanks for your valuable response ..........
 

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