Dell's been promoting two lines of gaming notebooks since it acquired Alienware. But things sure are changing with the introduction of the Alienware M17x. The Alienware M17x is the will be sold directly by Dell and the XPS line will no longer cater to gamers.
AT&T's announced that it will beging selling Acer, Dell and Lenovo netbooks at its 2,200 retail locations and online statring this summer. The netbooks are are heavily subsidized by AT&T, but you do need to sign a two-year contract to get the discount.
Dell introduced Della, a micro-site focused on women and Dell's trendier notebooks. Instead of pushing GHz and GB, Della highlights the Dell Mini 10 and Dell Studio notebooks. I think it's important for large PC companies to at least try and tailor their marketing messages to various audiences, but Della seems half-baked.
The Dell Adamo is now available for pre-order at AdamoByDell.com. The Adamo is Dell's most stylish notebook to date and it is sure to turn heads. The Dell Adamo is now the world's thinnest notebook available, measuring .65 of an inch thick.
Dell's unveled the Latitude E6400 XFR, a rugged notebook that's designed to stand up to whatever first responders, and military personnel can throw at it. The E6400 XFR meets and exceeds 13 military specifications.
Valentineâ€™s Day is right around the corner, so here is a little shopping tip for that special someone in your life. The Dell Studio XPS 13 is a sexy little black and silver 13-inch notebook with leather accents. Yes, I just used sexy and leather to describe a computer. The beauty is in the details: an edge-to-edge display, anodized aluminum, backlit everything, a whisper quiet keyboard and a premium fit and finish.
Dell will formally introduce the Inspiron 1545 at CES 2009. The Inspiron 1545 will replace the 1525/1526 as Dell's mainstream consumer notebook. The biggest change is that the new Inspiron will use Intel's Montevina platform, which has dramatically better graphics performance.