Alienware notebooks pack 640GB of storage

— 6:00 AM on September 21, 2007

Gaming PC vendor Alienware is treading new ground on the notebook storage front lately. We learned earlier this month that the company was offering 64GB solid-state drives as an option with its Area-51 m9750 notebook. TG Daily now reports that Alienware has updated the very same Area-51 m9750 as well as the Aurora m9700 and the Area-51 m5550 with 320GB 2.5" hard drives from Samsung.

320GB is already quite a lot for a notebook, but Alienware offers the option of outfitting the Area 51 m9750 and the Aurora m9700 with two of those drives in a RAID 0 configuration. All that storage capacity comes at a price, though: a single 320GB hard drive is a $300 upgrade from the default 80GB, and users will have to pony up an extra $500 for a 640GB RAID 0 setup.

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