Now-a-days pretty much everyone and their hipster grandmother is blogging, publishing web articles or sharing some sort of digital content with free online services such as Google, Facebook, Flickr and Youtube. These are all great no cost options for putting content online, but a poor substitution for a feature rich web server.
Next-generation controllers and innovation in Solid State Drive (SSD) technology have manufacturers constantly competing for the perfect balance of price, performance and reliability. In this review we're going to take a look at Crucial's latest offering, the Crucial m4 256GB SSD and see how it fairs.
As Solid State Drives (SSD) drop down in price each month, more and more consumers are adopting the technology by swapping out their old hard drives. But many end up being disappointed with their new purchase. Not with the SSD itself, but the fact that majority of desktop PC cases on the market today have drive bays built for 3.5-inch drives, not 2.5-inch.
In this review we're going to take a look at the Crucial M225 128GB Solid State Drive and the benefits of making the switch from a standard hard disk to Solid-State. Before we begin, I'd like to go over a general introduction to Solid State Drives for those individuals unfamiliar with the technology.