Nope. It's not an SSD. It's a flash drive.— So, a flash drive is essentially a Solid State Drive (SSD).
That's true. SSDs right now offer an average MTBF (mean time between failures) of over 1.5 million hours (or even 2 millions), while hard drives average 500.000-700.000 hours. Flash drives don't state (most of the time) an MTBF at all, but only the average amount of write cycles before errors occur.SSDs should theoretically last much longer than standard harddrives
Nope, because your flash drive is not an SSD From a quick search, a 16GB SSD costs about 200$. A 16GB flash drive costs about 50$which would also seem a logical reason to seed torrents from my flash drive.