The performance seen by modern laptops is at an all-time high. Multi-core processors are no longer restricted to desktops, dual-GPUs are now commonplace, and RAM capacities equal those found inside a tower. Storage for laptops has also come a long way, and the 750GB Seagate Momentus provides plenty of storage space, all on a 7200 RPM spindle; and while SSDs are becoming more and more common, they also come at a stiff price, especially when moving up the ladder in terms of storage space. One affordable compromise is to use a smaller SSD for booting up, and a large HDD, such as today's Seagate Momentus 750GB, for main storage. Follow along as we look at how the 750GB Seagate Momentus performs in a variety of situations.
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