I saw a comparison and there were no speed advantages to the SSD. The benefits only come in battery life, and even still, I don't think it added that much.
I've done quite a few benchmarks and although allot of the numbers don't look all that great, real world performance is actually very much improved using an SSD. I think part of the problem with many of the existing benchmarking tools is that they are measuring the wrong things, or at least, not all of the right things. Don't poo poo the SSD's just yet, I think there's more to be learned about them.
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