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  • Apple Is #5 In PC Sales In Europe

    Apple Is #5 In PC Sales In Europe

    Gartner found that Apple is number five in European PC sales, just below Acer, Dell, and Asus. They sold 966,000 units in 1Q11, 292,000 less than the fourth place winner. But wait... there's more! Read More

  • Dell's 10-Inch Streak Pro Gets A Few Details

    Dell's 10-Inch Streak Pro Gets A Few Details

    Hold onto your seats everybody. The Dell Streak's big brother, the Streak Pro (it just doesn't sound good, does it) has gotten a few extremely predictable specs. Are you ready to be underwhelmed?! Read More

  • CrunchDeals: Alienware OptX 22-inch 1080p Monitor

    CrunchDeals: Alienware OptX 22-inch 1080p Monitor

    LCDs are cheap these days. Dell’s daily deal is the Alienware OptX 22-inch monitor for only $200. That’s $100 of list and features 2 ms response time, an 80k:1 dynamic contrast ratio, and a 4-port USB hub. Admittedly, it’s still a bit pricey for the smaller size and lack of LED, but at least the Alienware label will earn you a bit of cred at your next LAN party. Read More

  • Vague Details Surface For Next Dell Adamo Laptops

    Vague Details Surface For Next Dell Adamo Laptops

    Most of this “inside information” on Dell’s next Adamo series isn’t really news, but one good sign is that the company appears to be looking at serious performance as well as good design. That’s nice, but of course the result will be an extremely high price. Problem? Nah, sounds good to me.We need more of that in PC laptops. I’ve had enough of five-million-run… Read More

  • Alienware M18x Configurator Now Online, Systems Not Shipping Until End Of May

    Alienware M18x Configurator Now Online, Systems Not Shipping Until End Of May

    Dell finally made the M18x official last month. The 16lbs gaming *air quotes* notebook went on sale earlier today and can be spec'd out to the max. Prices start out at $1999, but that's for the basic model and as we all know, basic models are for chumps. Read More

  • Report: Dell Alienware M18x And M14x Notebooks To Be Announced Today

    Report: Dell Alienware M18x And M14x Notebooks To Be Announced Today

    The rumors over the last few months all pointed to new Alienware models. Then they appeared on Dell’s European site and were all but officially announced. Pocket-Lint now reports that Dell confirmed with them that the the M18x and M14x will be announced sometime today. Both will of course cost a bit more than their pedestrian Dell counterparts as they’re loaded with the latest mobile… Read More

  • Thanks, FCC! This Is The Dell Panerai Convertible Tablet

    Thanks, FCC! This Is The Dell Panerai Convertible Tablet

    Looks like the FCC just tipped another product before its official announcement. The Dell Panerai seems to be from the same cloth as the Inspiron Duo convertible netbook although just a few schematics are in the FCC docs. An a/b/g/n Intel Centrino 6230 chipset is listed as the WiFi card of choice, which then confirms that this notebook will have a bit more power than the Insprion Duo as the… Read More

  • iOS At Sea

    iOS At Sea

    On March 29, 2011, CIO Australia published an interview with Andy Lark, Dell's global head of marketing for large enterprises. In the interview, Lark made a lot of "quotable" statements, among them: “An iPad with a keyboard, a mouse and a case [means] you’ll be at $1500 or $1600; that’s double of what you’re paying," he claimed. "That’s not feasible.” Let's forget for a moment that… Read More

  • Dell Not Releasing 10-Inch Tablet Until Fall

    Dell Not Releasing 10-Inch Tablet Until Fall

    Those waiting to get Dell’s upcoming 10-inch Windows 7 tablet will have to wait a bit longer. According to Forbes, the Rosemount tablet won’t be hitting the shelves until later this fall. It’s still unknown why Dell decided to delay the tablet but Forbes thinks that rethinking some touch features is in order since Windows 7 isn’t designed for tablets. Dell will have to wait… Read More

  • Dell Enterprise Wonk Derides iPad As It Eats Dell's Market Share

    Dell Enterprise Wonk Derides iPad As It Eats Dell's Market Share

    Dell's Andy Lark may know a thing or two about heavy iron in the enterprise but when it comes to the gadgets that are quickly replacing that heavy iron, he's sorely mistaken. Take the iPad, for example. In a CIO interview, Lark says: "An iPad with a keyboard, a mouse and a case [means] you'll be at $1500 or $1600; that's double of what you're paying," he claimed. "That's not feasible.... Apple is… Read More