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Dell Latitude 2100 Ready For Order

05/20/2009, The Dell Latitude 2100 was just announced yesterday, and in true American efficiency, the student-centric netbook is already available for order. The base unit that will be powered by Ubuntu 8.10 Linux is going for $368, while those who prefer to rock to...

Dell Launches New Monitors

05/14/2009, Dell is on the warpath again with a new bunch of eco-friendly monitors, and they include the P2210, E190S and E170S. The 22″ P2210 will come with a resolution of 1,680 x 1,050 pixels, alongside a range of viewing-angle adjustments. Connectivity...

Dell Goes Higher and Lower with Inspiron Mini 10 Netbook

05/12/2009, By Sean Captain The evolution of netbooks reminds me of The White Stripes Song “Take, Take, Take,” in which Jack White starts out saying that all he needs is to enjoy a comfortable seat in a bar. But by the end of the song, he’ll be...

Dell Highlights Its Stylish Side

05/12/2009, By Sean Captain Having grown infamous as the bland-box company, Dell is pushing hard to break out of the old stereotype. This evening in Manhattan, the company held something of a coming-out party to celebrate its new design direction. The most style...

Dell 4310WX DLP Projector

05/08/2009, Dell has already placed its 4310WX DLP projector up for sale, where you will be able to enjoy 1,280 x 800 resolution in a 16:10 aspect ratio right smack in the comfort of your living room. Alternatively, you can use it for business presentations or...

WiMAX Option Available For Dell Studio Laptops

05/06/2009, At last, Dell has jumped aboard the WiMAX bandwagon by offering the WiMAX module option for the Studio 15, Studio 17 and Studio XPS 16 laptops. All you need to do is fork out another $60 and you will be able to enjoy the presence of the Intel 5150...

Dell Offers New Laptop Art Studio Design

05/03/2009, Yeap, Dell is on a roll with 120 new designs for their Laptop Art Studio series of 15″ and 17″ laptops. You could say most of them comprise of random grunged up twiddly montages, but then again art is relative, otherwise how are some of these...