SDHC Cards vs SSD vs Hard Drive

Almost every modern notebook has a built-in memory card reader, but not everyone uses these card readers for digital photography. Now that SDHC memory cards offer larger capacities at low prices, is this a good option as a second storage drive, or even your primary boot disk? We did some testing to find out just […]

Almost every modern notebook has a built-in memory card reader, but not everyone uses these card readers for digital photography. Now that SDHC memory cards offer larger capacities at low prices, is this a good option as a second storage drive, or even your primary boot disk? We did some testing to find out just how useful a $30-$100 memory card is for laptop owners.

One of the harsh realities of modern life is that we constantly need more storage space. Between software files, digital images, digital audio, and now digital video we just can't get by on a single 40GB hard drive anymore. But what if you don't feel comfortable opening up your laptop and removing the old hard drive? What if you don't like constantly plugging and unplugging external hard drives and flash drives into your laptop USB ports? Another option is to use the built-in SDHC card reader as a second internal storage drive.

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