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An SSD (Solid State Drive) is an ultra-fast data storage virtually impervious to damage due to collision or vibration. SSD Drive has adopted the same technology used with USB portable drives which use flash-based non-volatile memory. These drives are mounted into desktops, laptops, or tablet computers. When we talk of virtuous property, they are not magnetically encoded, which further means they are impervious to demagnetization. They are called solid because they do not have moving parts.