Intel® Solid-State Drive (Intel® SSD) have no moving parts, high reliability, and longer life-span than traditional hard drives.
As the winner of multiple industry awards, Intel Solid-State Drives (SSDs) offer high levels of computing quality and reliability.
What is an Intel® Solid-State Drive?
New Intel® Solid-State Drives, a reliable alternative to traditional hard drives, offer breakthrough storage performance
Take your PC to a new level of responsiveness—including faster boot-up, application launch, and file loading—with new Intel® SSDs, and get the quality experience you expect from Intel® products.
With Intel SSDs you:
- Experience up to 56% faster¹ PC responsiveness compared to hard drives
- No moving parts, for higher reliability and longer life-span than traditional hard drives
- Extremely rugged—can withstand bumps and shocks without losing precious data
- Experience faster system boot up
- Save power so you can stay mobile longer (Laptop)
- No training required after install
Improved performance, increased reliability and lower operating costs are just a few benefits of using Intel® Solid-State Drives (Intel® SSDs).
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Intel HD Graphics
Intel® HD Graphics enables superior mainstream gaming and 3D experiences – without the need for a discrete graphics card. Now, you can enjoy immersive gaming on titles that are optimized for Intel HD Graphics, such as Star Trek Online*. Intel HD Graphics delivers up to 3X performance over previous-generation Intel HD Graphics – with additional headroom for tomorrow’s games. Plus, it integrates advanced 3D processing for stunning visual experiences that put you right into the middle of the action.
Graphics Built into the CPU
Intel HD Graphics is next-generation graphics technology in 2nd generation Intel® Core™ processors. Intel HD Graphics integrates high-performance graphics and media processing right on the processor, putting the two key gaming components – CPU processing and graphics – together on a single chip. Two versions of Intel HD Graphics are available: Intel® HD Graphics 3000 and Intel® HD Graphics 2000
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