Which do you prefer to get from your Hard Drive, more speed or more storage?
Choose which one you want. More speed or more storage.
From a hard drive I'll expect more of storage rather than high speed.
If I really had to make a choice, I would pick more storage.
In general, I'd choose storage, but it really depends on what the drive is being used for. Speed for the boot drive, and more storage for the...well... storage drive.
Speed. Hard drives are the number #1 bottleneck in computer systems, slowing them down. I'm very interested in purchasing one of the new SSD drives out now for my laptop. The prices for these are coming down and they are 4 to 9 times faster than conventional technology. I've felt for years that HDs are like dinosaurs with all their moving parts, a technology that should have died along with cassette tapes, LOL.
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