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  1. Single. Works out cheaper and is more practical.

    4 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 11/06/2011

  2. SSDs are designed to be used like a normal HD with expected lifetime of several years. Don't worry about it.

    1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 03/04/2013

  3. Seeing as PCs existed for decades before SSDs did, then yes a PC can work just fine without one.

    3 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 01/11/2013

  4. It will use up to 32GB external storage. It used to be 16Gb but this was changed a few years ago.

    2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 09/07/2014

  5. Cheaper SSD? No. Cheaper Mouse and Keyboard? No. ...

    2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 08/06/2015

  6. google ssd servers

    2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 24/10/2011

  7. If you are asking this type of question I would suggest you do far more research before attempting to build. Not saying this to be mean, but research helps...A LOT!

    2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 19/11/2012

  8. Only if you are a bamf

    3 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 10/06/2011

  9. NO, THEY'RE TOO EXPENSIVE. IF SONY DID PUT THEM IN THERE, THEY'D HAVE TO SELL IT FOR MORE THAN 300...

    4 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 22/08/2009

  10. It'd work, since the PS3 would just see it like any other hard drive. It would speed up whatever loads off of the hard drive (PSN games, DLC), but won't do anything for what loads off of the Blu-Ray discs. It'd...

    2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 24/04/2013

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