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Alienware releases 64GB solid-state storage

by on10 October 2007


Only for the Alienware Area-51 ALX and Aurora ALX


Alienware has released a 64GB solid-state storage for its Area-51 ALX and Aurora ALX desktops.

Marc Diana, product marketing manager at Miami-based Alienware said the company plans to add solid-state functionality to its other desktop offerings by mid-2008.

Diana admitted that solid-state technology was too expensive and immature for the mainstream market. However he discounted the use of
hybrid flash memory/disk drives as a Band-Aid approach to solid state.

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