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Dell offering 160G 7200RPM SATA drive on XPS M1710

Gat0r30y (957941) writes | more than 7 years ago

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Dell is now offering a 160GB 7200RPM Hard Drive on it's XPS M1710. For the small one time price of only $250 you yourself can get one of these suckers. I was going to buy one yesterday and this option wasn't there, now it is. I dunno for sure but this is the largest capacity 7200RPM drive ive ever heard of.Dell is now offering a 160GB 7200RPM Hard Drive on it's XPS M1710. For the small one time price of only $250 you yourself can get one of these suckers. I was going to buy one yesterday and this option wasn't there, now it is. I dunno for sure but this is the largest capacity 7200RPM drive ive ever heard of.

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