Dell has always been pretty competitive on the inexpensive end of the personal computing market, and with the introduction of the Vostro line, they brought that leverage to bear on the business side of the industry.
We often focus on Dell's consumer side of the PC business, but that does them a disservice - they are remarkably well known for their business and enterprise PC availability and support.
Well, it might be slightly more eco-friendly than a case with a plastic front, but it's definitely a lot more interesting. Unwilling to let Dell's Studio Hybrid take all the treehugger glory, Foxconn has put out two bamboo-fronted desktop PC cases.
It's no secret notebook computers have, within the past year or two, finally eclipsed the sale of desktops worldwide. It really makes sense, too - a lot of households will have individual laptops for specific family members, maybe even a couple of netbooks - and then a central desktop that's shared by the family.
We saw it back in August at a press event in New York, and now it's finally here - Dell's new Mac Mini competitor, the diminutive Zino HD, hit the ground running with a number of configurations starting at just $229. Hit the read link for the full details.
At an event in NYC in August, we got to take a look at an upcoming small form factor desktop Dell plans to launch. The Zino is a diminutive, sleek machine packed with a number of features Dell thinks will make it a winner. While a lot of it is still under NDA, Dell recently put some of the support documents online; let's see what we can find out.
As part of its ongoing release of the fall lineup, Dell introduced new high performance desktop PCs today. The Studio XPS 8000 desktops take advantage of new processors from Intel, also introduced today. Starting at $799, these sleek new desktops offer good performance and a great look.
At a recent press event in Manhattan, Dell unveiled a number of new products, one of which was the diminutive Inspiron Zino HD. Clad in glossy black plastic, the name should be giving a hint as to where you might see this little PC end up.
It took them long enough, but Dell is finally bringing the snazzy looking Vostro all-in-one desktop to the U.S.
All of Dell's recent product launches have been in Asia, rather than the United States, and this new display is no different. The Ultrasharp U2410 is an IPS-based display from Dell featuring a full 16:10 1920x1200 resolution.
The new customizable Dell Inspiron 537 minitower and 537s slim form factor desktops we talked about just a few weeks ago are now available in the US, Canada and Latin America. Starting at $299, Dell is aiming these computers at users looking for a little extra style in their computers. Consumers who want their machines to match their office or dorm now have an option.
Taking a leaf from their Studio and XPS lines, Dell released a new 20" 16:9 display, the ST2010. The new monitor features a sleek, curved silver back with an adjustable tilting stand. Like many of their recent product launches, Dell is offering the new display in Asia first, before sending it around the world.
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