Solid State Hard Drives?

    A disk is a flat circle; an object in the form of a flat circle.
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    Despite the shape of the case in the form of a paralelepiped, we call the hard drive a “drive”. Because the disk itself is spinning inside :) There are also drives in which the information is ontologically stored not on a hard (inflexible, hard) disk (flat circle), but in flash memory cells of one type or another. Some perverts continue to call these drivessolid state drives ” or simply “ solid state drives ”.

    Just imagine if

    Solid State Disk Drive were written in this picture (:

    You need to call a spade a spade.
    “Solid state drive”

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