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It isn't often that we turn to the business side of a PC manufacturer's product lineup to find the kind of design innovation that makes you sit up and take notice.
After acquiring Alienware, Dell transitioned the XPS brand into the Studio XPS, targeting it at more fashion-conscious consumers.
Dell's little box that could has been humming along for a year now, offering Windows users a similar experience to the one that Mac Mini buyers have enjoyed.
Dell is the first major computer manufacturer to market a desktop both with AMD's new Vision market branding as well as with their new six-core processors.
Adding a touch of sophistication to the more affordable Inspiron lines, Dell's Studio segment offers an option to mainstream users who want a little more - without having to spend the cash on an Alienware.
High-end Alienware rigs are nice, but they're not where the Round Rock computer giant makes all of its money.
Dell's no stranger to the idea of small form factor computers.
Dell was one of the first mainstream computer manufacturers to break out of the mold and strike new territory in terms of interesting designs and attractive cases.
As we mentioned in our first look at this desktop, manufacturers have been expanding and improving on the idea of the desktop computer, and Dell has no plans to get left behind.
Despite reactionary news about the desktop market shrinking in recent months, manufacturers are continuing to innovate in the space and Dell is certainly no exception.
Microsoft has announced that Windows 7 will be generally available right at the tail end of October, later this year.
AMD's new Phenom II microarchitecture represents an opportunity for manufacturers to refresh their product lines, and Dell isn't skipping the opportunity.
The launch of Intel's new Core i7 microarchitecture presents a fantastic opportunity for computer manufacturers to introduce their own new products and boost flagging sales.
Dell has made an effort in recent months to really turn around their product offerings with regards to style and design.
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