Dell adds SSD’s to Latitude notebooks
Sandisk’s solid-state drives were first announced in January and pack on board 62MB/s read speeds. Now available in Dell’s D420 and D620 notebooks, boot times have been reduced by 34% and overall system performance has increased by 23%.
This represents an important milestone in the evolution of personal computers with the arrival of solid state flash memory as a durable, efficient alternative to the hard drive, said SanDisk CEO Eli Harari. ?For those enterprise road warriors who rely on their notebook PCs, hard drive crashes with attendant loss of critical data will soon be a thing of the past. We?re delighted that Dell has chosen the SanDisk SSD to launch this technology into their line of mobile PCs.