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Because you are writing to the SSD. If you set your device to hibernate quickly, that will increase the number of times it writes to the solid state drive. Personally I doubt that would be a significant issue for most users, but if you want the maximum life from your device, (long past the point it becomes obsolete) then hibernating would not be a gone thing to do multiple times a day.
I have a feeling that the batteries would get weak well before anything happens with the SSD. And that's not counting obsolescence.


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Your writing to the SSD the entire time its in use anyways. SSDs use TRIM, over provisioning, and several other algorithms to distribute the actual cells they write to so they wear evenly. I don't think enabling hibernate would have any noticeable effect on drive life.