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Alienware Puts 64GB Solid-State Drives In Desktops

The Incredible Mr. L Re:Dell offers 128GB on XPS M1730 notebook (235 comments)

OK, I see that the article is about offering it on a desktop. As far as I can tell Dell doesn't offer Solid State drives on desktops.

I don't know why you'd want such a small drive on a desktop but c'est la vie.

/ I suppose you can have it as your system drive for faster boot times?

// wait a minute, slashies on slashdot? That's a paddlin'

more than 6 years ago

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