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Dell's Zino HD

It seems to be no secret that Dell is slowly taking on Apple. First we saw the Adamo XPS, Dell's take on the MacBook Air, and now we see a Mac mini clone - The Inspiron Zino HD.

November 15, 2009 by


Hands on with the Dell Latitude Z laptop

Dell's Latitude Z laptop is a 16-inch thin-and-light notebook that weighs just 4.5 lbs. and is about an inch thick. ZDNet editor Andrew Nusca got a sneak peek of the system in New York. Here's a look.

September 28, 2009 by Andrew Nusca


Dell Vostro all-in-one desktop PC for small business

Dell has announced its Vostro all-in-one PC, the company's first all-in-one "designed exclusively for small business." According to a Dell poll of small businesses, "cramped spaces and overcrowded desks are a headache for business owners."

July 17, 2009 by Andrew Nusca


Dell debuts 14-in. ultrathin Studio 14z notebook for $649

Dell announced and made available today its Studio 14z, its budget, ultrathin, ultralight notebook with a 16:9 HD screen, Nvidia 9400m graphics and no optical drive for $649. The notebook fills the gap between the traditional laptop segment and the growing netbook segment.

May 27, 2009 by Andrew Nusca


Gallery: Dell Vostro A90 unboxing

13 pictures of the new Vostro A90, including some comparison shots between it and the Dell Mini 9 and some internal shots of the SSD and RAM slots as part of the migration process.

May 21, 2009 by Jason O'Grady


Dell Studio One 19 All-in-One Desktop

Images of Dell's new all-in-one desktop, the Studio One 19, in white (it will also come in red, navy blue, pink and charcoal). Starting at $699, the Studio One 19 will be available in Japan on March 23, and in other countries later this spring.

March 13, 2009 by John

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Dell debuts Studio 19 all-in-one desktop for $699

Dell today announced its Studio One 19, an all-in-one desktop computer that the company says looks just as good in the family room as it does in the the kitchen. Intended for the "shared computing experience," the Studio One 19 comes with optional touch capability for a more interactive feel.

March 11, 2009 by Andrew Nusca


Dell Latitude E6400 XFR: a laptop you can drop, shock and nearly blow up

Laptop security is a top-shelf issue for IT pros, and there's nothing worse than data corruption from drops, spills and tech complications thanks to an employee or the environment they're in. Enter Dell's Latitude E6400 XFR, the company's next-gen "fully rugged" platform, engineered to meet the needs of the most demanding customers: the military, first responders, field service technicians and those who require systems that meet MIL STD 810F specs: drop tests, sea fog, temperature extremes, thermal shock and explosive environments.

March 10, 2009 by Andrew Nusca


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