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Notebook Holiday Shipping Deadlines

With Christmas and many other holidays just around the corner you should take a look at the following holiday shipping deadlines for computers if you are planni...
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Dell Adamo XPS Now Selling for $1,799

That's right, the world's thinnest notebook that Xavier checked out on video the other day is now available through Dell for $1,799. Though it'll take some time...
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Discounts on Dell’s Vostro Notebooks

Dell's Vostro line, oriented at small business users, just got a little more affordable! Dell released two new coupons which stack with the already discounted prices, letting you grab a business quality notebook for under $400.
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Dell’s Early Windows 7 Deals

If you're as excited about tomorrow's release of Windows 7 as we are, then you're probably eager to buy a laptop equipped with the new operating system. Fortunately, many manufacturers are already selling notebooks which have it pre-installed. You can score a bunch of special deals organized around the release of Windows 7 if you know how to shop around. If you don't, we can show you how!

New Images of the Dell Adamo XPS Reveal Connections

When we first got a look at Dell’s 9.99mm thick concept notebook, the Adamo XPS, it was so thin and light that Xavier wondered if Dell would actually sell the concept notebook. It looks like Dell is pushing forward on its quest to slice the competition down to the size with new images of the razor-esque looking Dell Adamo XPS leaking out which show us what ports the Adamo XPS will have.

Review of Phoenix FailSafe: Track Down Lost Laptops and Data

Losing your laptop can be a huge pain. Not only are you out the cost of your laptop but you may have lost confidential documents or a term paper that hasn't yet been backed up. There are several programs and services that let you track down your laptop and even work with law enforcement to help recover a stolen laptop. Phoenix Technologies, notably known for making Bios software, has a new service call FailSafe that helps you track the last place your laptop connected to the internet, retrieve or delete files and even disable the computer completely.

Dell Studio 14z Review: What’s Great? What’s Missing?

For the last few weeks I've had the opportunity to use the Dell Studio 14z laptop while I test out Phoenix Technologies new Laptop location technology service called FailSafe. The Dell Studio 14z is one of the most portable full size Dell laptop's to hit the market and starts at $699. The Studio 14z ditches the optical drive to cut the weight down to 4.3 pounds and when combined with the slim design makes for an attractive packaged 14" laptop. You can get the 14z in Black Chainlink, Ruby Red, Midnight Blue, Spring Green and Plum Purple. Overall the Studio 14z is a good laptop with a few quirks but in the end the extras make up for most of the shortcomings.

Dell Introduces the Latitude Z with Wireless Charging

No longer content to follow in the footsteps of industry innovators, Dell is pulling out the stops and releasing the new Dell Latitude Z, a notebook that is being touted as the first laptop that can recharge wirelessly. But, that’s not all the new ‘Z’ can do, it also has Ultra Wide Band technology to support a wireless monitor dock and even some touch tech as well.

Dell Inspiron 14z Video, Specs and Details

Dell's introduced a new line of Inspiron notebooks are thinner and lighter than previous models. The new Inspiron "Z" series notebooks feature Intel ULV processors and improved battery life at an affordable price. We got an up-close look at the new series and compared the two models.

Dell Inspiron 11z now available for $399

It seems like just last week Dell dropped the Dell Mini 12 but Dell is already offering the Inspiron 11z to fill the ~12" notebook market. The Inspiron 11z starts at $399 and made a favorable impression on the PC World staff when they had hands on time last week.

Best Buy’s “Next Class” Laptops Come Fully Loaded

nextclassThe sad part about getting a good deal on a laptop, especially during back to school time, is that too often you have to spend another $150 to $200 bucks to convert all of the trial software to full versions a month later.

Dell Inspiron Mini 10 Video Review

dell-inspiron_mini_10_m1Even though the Mini 10 has been out for a while now, it's still a significant contributor in the netbook market. Jason Dunn of Digital Home Thoughts takes a close look at the Mini 10 and runs through what he thinks are the pros and cons. In the end, however, Jason prefers his HP Mini1000. Check out a brief summary of his findings as well as the full 16-minute review after the jump.