Alienware increases hard drive capacity in its notebooks to 640 GB

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Alienware increases hard drive capacity in its notebooks to 640 GB

Miami (FL) – Half a terabyte of space is still a lot of storage room, for any type of client computer, desktop or notebook. But if you are looking for even more space on a notebook, than Alienware may be an option for you.

Alienware claims that it is first to market to offer customers Samsung’s 320 GB 2.5″ hard drives in single- and dual-device configurations for notebooks. Available as RAID 0 and RAID 1 systems in the 17″ Area-51 m9750 and Aurora m9700 notebooks (dual-drive notebooks are priced from $2400), as well as a single 320 GB configuration in the 15.4″ Area-51 m5550 notebook Alienware rings in a new stage in storage capacity in mobile computers.  

The model Area-51 m9750 is also available with the combination of a 320 GB hard drive and a 64 GB solid state drive (the 320 GB drive is offered as a $300 option, the 64 GB SSD lists for $1100.)  

Of course, if it is plain storage capacity that counts, there are other notebooks on the market that offer even more space. For example, Eurocom’s mobile workstations can be ordered with up to three 2.5″ 250 GB hard drives, each priced at $469. (or up to three 32 GB SSDs which are available for $621 each).