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Hands-on With MSI's Hybrid SSD Netbook

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January 10, 2009 6:59:52 PM

A silly pattern of thought already proven wrong...

A hybrid drive still uses more power in standby than a regular drive, and still more than an SSD.

reason since it has 2 controllers,and part of the power goes to the spinning drive.

Hybrid drives are better for 'green' desktop pc's, giving a small speed increase, while having some storage space available; and cheaper than having an SSD with HD both installed in your system.
Plus, it saves you a slot!
Good idea, but just not for netbooks/laptops.
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