The MX300 is the best SSD we have ever sold, so good it's now the only one we recommend!
External SSD drives
Apple Mac Accessories
mSATA Solid-State Drives
Suitable as a replacement HDD for your Ultrabook or Tablet PC
M.2 NGFF Solid-State Drives
Suitable replacement for your Next-Generation Ultrabook or Tablet PC
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Micron Enterprise SSDs
Looking for an Enterprise grade SSD for your mission critical system? We also offer a range of Micron Enterprise SSDs including the P400e that provide reliable high performance for read-intensive applications such as boot drives, direct-attached storage, and blade servers. They can also serve as a primary drive in applications that need more endurance and data reliability than a client drive can provide.View our Micron Enterprise SSD Range
SSD is an acronym for solid-state drive, which is an internal storage device. This is what stores all your installed applications and files. Traditional hard disk drives (HDDs) use spinning disks while SSDs, in contrast, are built using NAND Flash chips and contain no moving parts. As a result, SSDs do not require any time to spin up or down, thus increasing speed and virtually eliminating seek times.
Our solid-state drives are available in 128GB, 256GB and 512GB storage capacities. It is recommended to choose a size that will be sufficient for the amount of storage space you currently use on your existing system if you will be replacing your existing HDD. You can check your current usage within My Computer (Microsoft Windows) or the System Profiler (Mac OSX).
Upgrading your computer with a solid-state drive is another way you can improve the overall performance of your system. SSDs offer faster read times then conventional hard disk drives, giving you a improved computing experience. With the use of the Data Transfer Kit, installing a new SSD is definitely something you can do on your own.
Our SSD range can be installed into any system with a SATA interface connection and a storage drive form factor of 2.5-inch or larger. For Desktop PC's, you will require a 3.5-inch bracket adapter which is included with the Crucial SSD Installation Kit - for Desktops.
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Why a SSD?
See our top four reasons why you should make the switch to solid-state drive technology. Click Here!