From Bibliotheca Anonoma
- Solid-State Drive - Solid State Drives are extremely fast, with no moving parts that could pose a danger. On the other hand, flash memory has a set amount of read/write cycles, providing about 10 years of life under heavy use.
- Hard Drive - Hard drives contain spinning magnetic disks for high speed read/write. It's a miracle that this technology even works at all: Unfortunately it will also take a miracle to recover your data if the disk crashes.
Mediums for data archival.