Dell ships Flash-based laptops

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The company is shipping two models of laptop in the US with 32GB solid-state disks

Dell has become the latest vendor to offer laptops with Flash storage instead of a traditional hard drive. The move will improve reliability, increase performance and reduce noise, the company said...

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