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The recently published analyst report that is citied estimating a high return rate for Solid State Drive technology in Dell products is unfounded and wholly inaccurate, by orders of magnitude.

It has been well documented across the industry that SSDs offer several benefits including: fast start up time, improved access times and increased reliability.  Feedback from customers indicates they are pleased with the value they have realised from these benefits, especially the increased reliability - according to Gartner, traditional hard drives (HDD) are one of the two top causes of system failure.  SSD drives are INHERENTLY more reliable because there are no mechanical parts to break, dust and particles have no effect, dropping the drive is less likely to cause damage and there are no parts to create 'head slap'.

Dell sees SSD as the future of mobility storage and offers the technology across a wide variety of laptop models, including business, consumer and mobile workstations.  Second generation SSDs, like Samsung's SATA II Drive, actually outperform existing notebook drives.  Dell is offering this drive (called the Dell Flash Ultra Performance SSD) across our laptop portfolio
The recently published analyst report that is citied estimating a high return rate for Solid State Drive technology in Dell products is unfounded and wholly inaccurate, by orders of magnitude.

It has been well documented across the industry that SSDs offer several benefits including: fast start up time, improved access times and increased reliability.  Feedback from customers indicates they are pleased with the value they have realised from these benefits, especially the increased reliability - according to Gartner, traditional hard drives (HDD) are one of the two top causes of system failure.  SSD drives are INHERENTLY more reliable because there are no mechanical parts to break, dust and particles have no effect, dropping the drive is less likely to cause damage and there are no parts to create 'head slap'.

Dell sees SSD as the future of mobility storage and offers the technology across a wide variety of laptop models, including business, consumer and mobile workstations.  Second generation SSDs, like Samsung's SATA II Drive, actually outperform existing notebook drives.  Dell is offering this drive (called the Dell Flash Ultra Performance SSD) across our laptop portfolio