An SSD drive is a data storage device just like a traditional hard drive. Externally, an ssd drive can look a lot like a 2.5 inch laptop drive (SATA version). The main difference is where and how the data is written.
In a normal hard drive, the data is written to a special plate covered with a magnetic layer of material. Each manufacturer has its own "recipes", but the general principle is similar for all - inside the device there is a rotating disk (with a considerable speed, usually 5400 or more revolutions per minute), one or more. Over the surface of the disk moves a magnetic head (similar to a vinyl record player) and reads or writes data.
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All these mechanics are very vulnerable to mechanical effects like jolts and bumps. Especially during operation when the head is a few microns above the surface - less than the thickness of a human hair. When an impact occurs, the magnetic head assembly meets the surface, the surface is scratched and the disk ceases to function properly. As a result, a lot if not most hard drives fail not by themselves, but from external influences.
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