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Dell claims its Vostro 410 is an energy efficient, high performance PC for small businesses. While Dell's efficiency claims seem to be hot air, the 410 is a sleek, zippy and good value PC.
The Dell Vostro range, which comes in both notebook and desktop form factors, is designed for the small business market. We found the Vostro 1510 to have good performance for a mid-range notebook — but performance comes at the expense of battery life.
The Vostro 200 is the latest Dell desktop from a highly customisable series aimed at business. Overall this is a very attractive and functional machine, which will serve well in any office environment.
The Dell Vostro 1400 notebook is the latest in a range aimed at small business. It's powerful, classy and comes with an attractive price tag.
The Dell Optiplex 755 boasts strong performance for office demands in an attractive and convenient package.
We examine three dual-core servers from the leading vendors to see what this technology can do for your business.
The Inspiron 6400 is a desktop replacement notebook, offering up the familiar silver and white-accented design that's common to the Inspiron line. It's not exactly a stunner, but you certainly won't be ashamed to tote it around whilst in the public eye.
We put four products head-to-head to make your choice easier.
For users on a budget, the Dimension 3100 has most of its bases covered despite there being alternatives that provide superior value for money.
The 5100MP is a fine business projector, but it's less well suited for home cinemaphiles.
This 19in. LCD has all the right features: adjustability, excellent image quality and extras such as USB ports. All that, plus a reasonable price, makes the Dell UltraSharp 1905FP a winner.
Dell Dimension 8400 (Pentium 4 Processor 550 3.4GHz, 1GB RAM)
Dell Optiplex SX280
The staple diet of new switches and broadband technologies has this week been supplemented by a healthy addition of notebook launches.Dell has announced the release of three new notebooks with P4-M processors running at 2.