Dells have been making hardware storage for more than a decade. But when they introduced their first solid state drive in 2003, they went from a small company to an industry leader. And with their next generation SSD (Solid State Disk Array), they’ve gone from your USB 3.0 drive to your hard drive and now you can store just about anything on the latest tier of solid state storage. The company’s SLC (slimline) SSD took the market by storm and has been consistently ranked at around 20 out of the top 25 SSDs available today by major sources like iSuppli and OCN. Using its low power density, this new high performance aluminium drive went from saving battery life to making flash memory faster than ever before.