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Here you can see the Mini 9 (still running Windows XP) sitting on top of the MacBook Pro 15-inch unibody.
Yesterday I took delivery of a Dell Studio XPS 13 notebook. This is a replacement for my aging (and rapidly eroding) 17-inch notebook. Since mentioning this system I've fielded quite a few emails from people interested in finding out about this system. Here are my initial thoughts on this system.
Dell has announced its 12.1-inch (1,280 x 800 pixel) Latitude XT2, the industry's first tablet PC with multi-touch technology. Here's a look at the device, which starts at $2,399 in the U.S.
At the D: All Things Digital conference, Michael Dell was caught carrying a version of his company's upcoming netbook. So Dell decided to share with everyone.
Dell thrived in a time when PC users just cared about what was inside the computer, how fast it went, and what was the size of the monitor. But times are changing.
Twin Dell Vostro mini-towers arrive and are unboxed and installed in this gallery.
Dell has claimed it is the greenest IT company in the world. ZDNet Australia went on a tour of its recycling partner's plant, MRI Australia, in Blacktown, Sydney.
Here are ZDNet Reviews' 10 favorite items from the past week, including the new Kindle and the Dell XPS One.
Dell has introduced its new Vostro range, aimed at small businesses that require minimal IT support. Here's the full line-up available in Australia at launch.
Which big brands have setup shop in-world? View a map of brands in Second Life, and associated screen shots.
At Dell Technology Day in New York, the company introduces three new Dimension machines, all with AMD processors, and the compact XPS 210.
The PC maker says 4.1 million Sony-made laptop batteries could overheat and pose a risk of fire.
The DJ Ditty promises to fit 240 songs into a $99 package, along with FM tuner and tiny display.
Company announces a challenge to AMD's Opteron processor--servers with Intel's dual-core Xeon chips.
Dell, which has turned low-price computers into a commodity, has come out with a lineup of high-end computers, displays and televisions.