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News: Dell selling solid state drives

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: 12:35PM

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Consumers can now buy a notebook from Dell or its Alienware division that contains a 64GB hard drive made from flash memory. And the upgrade will only cost you $920.

Dell is expanding its options for notebooks with drives built around flash memory. Earlier this year, the company began to sell a 32GB flash drive from Samsung as an upgrade option on some notebooks. This week, it has officially begun to sell Samsung's 64GB drive. You can swap out a regular hard drive for a 32GB or 64GB flash drive on the Dell XPS 1330 consumer notebook or get a 32GB or 64GB solid state drive on the Alienware Area 51 m9750 notebook. Alienware will also sell you a notebook with two 64GB drives in it to bring the total to 128GB.

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