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When solid state drives first started replacing HDDs, they had to fit into computer chassis or laptop drive bays built for HDDs, so they had to conform to HDD dimensions. However, there’s no requirement for the SSD to match the shape of a typical HDD form factor and that's becoming more obvious as of late.
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