• Dell Releases Three New XPS Laptops

    Take it up to 11 with these laptops! That’s what Dell wants you to do, anyway. These three new laptops, in 14- ($899), 15-($849), and 17-inch ($949) styles are 3DTV ready. Note that these aren’t 3D laptops, they work with 3D TVs. As for the audio, you get: Built-in JBL designed and certified speakers with integrated Waves MaxxAudio┬« 3 processing technology rock the loudest… Read More

  • Dell Adamo XPS looks like it could cut the air in half

    The industry is all a buzz with the latest entry in the “I’m the thinnest laptop” competition. The latest Dell Adamo is definitely a strong contender, at 9.99 mm at some points. Of course, that’s just the official figure. I would have tested it myself but I forgot my calipers. Read More

  • Dell kicks XPS One line up a notch with 24-inch LCDs

    The Dell XPS One line of all-in-one PCs has added two new models, each with 24-inch screens (the other models have 20-inch screens) and 4GB of RAM, standard. One starts at $1,699 and features a quad-core Intel Q8200 processor, Vista Home Premium, DVD burner, 4GB of RAM, 320GB SATA hard drive, integrated Intel GMA X4500HD graphics, and a SoundBlaster Audigy HD sound card. The other starts… Read More

  • Now You Can Buy Computers Pre-Loaded With Movies

    In a move that could start a new wave in PC sales, Dell and Paramount Pictures today announced that they have signed a joint venture that will see “Iron Man” come pre-loaded on Dell computers for anyone who wishes to order the unit. So far, the details of the deal are a bit disappointing. Paramount is the only studio that has signed on and “Iron Man” is the only film… Read More

  • Dell laptop (almost) electrocutes young boy, his dog, potentially grandma

    A fascinating post in Dell Community support forums details the travails of a young man and is XPS m1530. It seems that his laptop is “crackling” and “sparking” when he touches it, suggesting a grounding issue. While we’ve all felt that weird “smoothness because we’re about to be electrocuted” feeling on laptops and even lamps, this sounds… Read More

  • XPS ONE from Dell now available for purchase

    Move over Gateway One. Here comes another all-in-one computer with the same name, except this computer is made by a different company named Dell. The XPS ONE starts at $1499 and features a 20-inch widescreen, Intel Core Duo 2 processor (E4500 or E6550 depending on the configuration), wireless mouse and keyboard, TV tuner and remote, 2GB of memory, Vista Home Premium, Adobe Elements Studio… Read More

  • Watch out Apple, 'cause Dell has an XPS up its sleeve

    Apparently, Dell is coming out with some ultra-portable Macbook killer that’s due out by year’s end blah blah blah, you know the deal. What matters are the specs and unique features, because if this Dell XPS M1530 doesn’t pack anything worthwhile, it has no chance of overtaking Apple’s Macbook in terms of popularity. Luckily, the specs have been leaked like a faucet… Read More

  • Hands On With Dell's New Inspiron, XPS Notebooks

    Earlier today we introduced you to the new of Inspirons and now we have a few snaps of what they, and the XPS notebooks look like up close. Although the new additions to the XPS line are elegantly designed, it looks like the Inspirons got the short end of the stick when it comes to visual appeal. Read More

  • Extreme Gaming The Dell Way

    Back at CES, Dell released the XPS 710 H2C desktop, a high-end liquid-cooled gaming rig able to be loaded up with almost every performance part on the market at the time and overclocked at the factory. Today, they announced the availability of its successor, the XPS 720 H2C, again featuring the latest high-performance components. A 2.66GHz Intel Core 2 Extreme quad-core processor QX6700… Read More

  • Dell Ups Laptop HD Capacities to 250GB

    In all likelihood, desktops will always be ahead of laptops as far as storage goes. It’s simply a matter of size and power: a desktop can have both in spades, but a laptop needs to be portable and cord-free. Dell, though, is stepping things up a notch by adding 250GB HDs to certain of its XPS M1710 laptops. These make the first mass-produced commercial laptops in America with… Read More

  • Dell Pushes Gaming Technology Further

    If you’ve been waiting for something different in gaming PCs to come along by the end of the year, you may be in luck. Dell has got a little teaser up for its new Black Ice (whatever it may be) on its newly designed XPS website, and all it says so far is: Technology like you’ve never seen. Black Ice is coming, exclusively from Dell. Gizmodo guesses that Black Ice is a liquid… Read More