Not a moment too soon, Dell
has finally decided to bite and offer up solid state disc
drives in a couple of its Latitudes. Joining Sony
, and Samsung
(just to name a few), the Texas powerhouse has just announced that users can satisfy their SSD cravings by snapping up a D420
or D620 ATG
laptop, both of which can contain a 1.8-inch 32GB SSD drive from SanDisk
. According to the release, the drives should be available right now as an add-on option for the US market (Europe and Asia to "follow soon"), but opting for one of these suckas will cost you $549 more than a traditional HDD.