Dell Alienware’s M11x packs a 15″ laptop into a sub-12″ form factor; it features an 11.6″ 720p screen, Nvidia GT335M card, 6+ hours of battery life, and DisplayPort, HDMI, and VGA-out.
Available 1/2010, Dell’s 10.1″ Inspiron Mini 10 gets a full makeover with a streamlined case, Atom N450 CPU, optional HD accelerator, HDTV tuner, GPS, Wi-fi, and 6-cell battery.
Dell’s 13.3″ Vostro V13 boasts Adamo at a netbook price; 0.65″ thin and just 3.5 lbs., it tops out with a 1.3 GHz Core 2 Duo, 4 GB RAM, 500 GB HDD, eSATA, and card reader.
Dell’s 17″ Precision M6500 is their new workhorse laptop; it tops out with a Core i7-920XM CPU, 16 GB DDR3 RAM, 1GB Quadro FX 3800M, and 1920 x 1200 LED-backlit display.
Dell’s Studio 17 notebook gets finger swipin’ good with a 17.3″ multi-touch display; it tops out with a Core 2 Duo T9600, dual 500 GB HDDs, 8 GB DDR3 RAM, and 1 GB Radeon HD 4650.
Dell’s relentlessly-teased Adamo XPS is now available: the ultra-thin (0.39″) laptop features a 13.4″ WLED display, 1.4 GHz Core 2 Duo, 4 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD, and weighs 3.2 lbs.
It may be petite at 5.4 lbs and 1.5″ thick, but Dell’s XT2 XFR tablet is rugged to its core: it sports a 12.1″ multi-touch display, MIL-810G chassis, GPS, 3G, Core 2 Duo and up to 5 GB RAM.
We’ve been holding off posting on Dell’s Adamo XPS, but this latest batch of teaser pics is too good to pass up: its razor-sharp 9.99mm case is so thin the hardware is in the screen.
Dell’s 16″ Latitude Z is their flagship business laptop with a 1600×900 screen and Core 2 Duo CPU, but measures just 0.57″ thick and 4.5 lbs; it also includes a wireless charging dock.
Alienware’s most powerful MicroATX desktop ever, the Aurora ALX maxes out with an overclocked 3.6GHz Core i7 975, dual ATI or NVIDIA cards, up to 24GB RAM and liquid cooling.
It ain’t as sexy as the Adamo, but Dell’s Studio 14z picks substance over style with an NVIDIA 9400m, Core 2 Duo CPUs, up to 5GB RAM, plus HDMI, DisplayPort and eSATA out.
Dell’s updated Studio 15 laptop is available and all about the options: choose from a 720p, 900p or 1080p 15.6″ LED display, up to a 512MB Radeon HD4570 and optional BDRW drive.
It’s tough to find any real differences between Dell’s Vostro A90 and Mini 9, because there aren’t any: the real changes are the lack of bloatware and North American tech support.
Dell’s Vostro 1320, 1520 and 1720 are their latest biz-oriented laptops; they include videoconference software as well as optional SSD, fingerprint reader and encrypted hard drives.
After months of hype, Dell’s Adamo line is official: a high-end laptop, it sports a 13.4″ screen, 1.2GHz U9300 CPU, Intel X4500, 2GB RAM and a 128GB SSD in a 0.65″ ultra-thin case.
Coming to the US later this spring, the Dell Studio One 19 is an all-in-one with an 18.5″ multi-touch display; it’ll top out with a Blu-ray drive, GeForce 9400, 4GB RAM and Core 2 Quad CPU.
Dell’s 14.1″ Latitude E6400 XFR is a rugged laptop with an abundance of features, including a touchscreen, SSD and PR-481 “Ballistic Armor” which is double the strength of magnesium alloy.
Beyond its slick red and black-trimmed Black Vapor finish, Dell’s Special Edition Studio 15 laptop comes standard with a 1440×900 WLED display at a base price of $799.
Dell’s Mini 10 netbook is available today; ideal for those who think 9″ is too small and 12″ too big, it comes with a 10.1″ 16:9 display, HDMI port, 1GB RAM and up to a 160GB HDD.
Billed as their flagship multimedia desktop, the Dell XPS 435 comes with a Core i7 965 running at 3.2GHz, up to 24GB of RAM, 7.1 channel audio and a spiffy crimson trim.
Goofy name, but cool tech with Dell’s Wasabi: measuring 5″x3″x1″ and weighing only 8 oz, this ultra-portable printer spits out 2″x3″ photos and uses no ink thanks to Zero Ink tech.
Dell second-gen tablet is the 12.1″ Latitude XT2: this time, it sports a multi-touch a-la iPhone, a second digitizer (w/ stylus), and a 11-hour 6-cell battery, all in a 0.98″ thick chassis.
At only $249, Dell’s Mini 9n is pretty cheap, even for a mini-notebook; you’ll be running Ubuntu with only 512MB RAM and no webcam, but it’s available with no strings attached.
Powered by AMD’s Black Edition processors, the Dell XPS 625 is a boon to AMD loyalists; max things out with a 3.0 GHz Phenom II, dual Radeon HD 4850s and up to 8 GB RAM.
A clear sign of Dell’s quasi-upscale intentions, their Studio XPS 13 and 16 laptops are now available; both are dressed with edge-to-edge screens, an obsidian black finish and leather accents.
Dell is clearly intent on upping the style ante with these leaked pics of a leather-wrapped Studio XPS 13; we dig the generous close-up shots, which reveal a focus on fit and finish.
Home | About | Suggest | Contact | Team | Links | Privacy | DisclosureAdvertise | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest | Sites We Like
Awesome Stuff: The Awesomer | Gadgets, Games & Geeks: Technabob | Cool Cars: 95Octane
Site Design & Content © 2008-2022 Awesomer Media / The Awesomer™
Visit our Friends at: Not Always Right