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Dell XPS 15z Ultra-thin Laptop Spotted in the Wild

Posted in Dell by Conner Flynn on May 8th, 2011

A successor to the Dell Adamo ultra-thin laptop has been in the works and it is almost time for its retail debut. The first pictures of the device, supposedly called XPS 15z, have now shown up online. They first appeared on Mobile Review on Thursday.

The images show off the 15.6-inch Dell XPS 15z’s island-style keyboard flanked by speakers, two USB ports, a FireWire port and an HDMI output. All we know about the insides is that it will be powered by second-generation Core i5 and i7 processors. Sources say that it will be under $1000.

Dell Adamo XPS now for sale, starts at $1,799

Posted in Dell by Conner Flynn on November 17th, 2009

Dell Adamo XPS now for sale, starts at $1,799Dell’s thinnest laptop ever still isn’t shipping out to consumers, but at least the Windows 7 machine is now configurable over on Dell’s website. The base price is $1,799 and includes a 1.4GHz Core 2 Duo SU9400 CPU, a 128GB solid state drive, 13.4-inch WLED panel, 2 megapixel camera, 4GB of DDR3 RAM, GS45 integrated graphics, WiFi and a USB Ethernet adapter.

Sadly most of the components are not upgradable, but there are a few upgrades available if you have the money. You’re looking at a December 22nd estimated ship date.

Dell launches new 20-inch LCD for Studio and XPS desktops

Posted in Dell by Shane McGlaun on May 11th, 2009

dell20inlcd-sbI have several Dell LCDs in my home office and I have like them all. I can’t say the same about some of the other LCDs I have tried out or owned. The Dell offerings are good though and I especially like my 30-inch high res gaming screen from Dell.

Dell has announced a new LCD that is available right now in Hong Kong only. We can expect to see the screen show up stateside soon or later though. The low cost 20-inch LCD is designed to match the look of the new Studio and XPS line of desktop computers.

Dell’s Studio XPS 1340 and Studio XPS 1640

Posted in Dell by Conner Flynn on January 8th, 2009

Dell’s Studio XPS 1340 and Studio XPS 1640Dell’s new Studio XPS laptops have arrived on the company’s store without even a press release. The 1340 is obviously the Studio XPS 13 incher, while the 1640 is the 16-inch version of the leather accented system. Both machines are lookers, and share the same $1,199 pricepoint, with Core 2 Duo processors and the typical options.

The base model of the 1340 includes a P8400 processor, Vista Home Premium, a 13.3-inch WXGA LCD, 2 megapixel webcam, 4GB of DDR3 SDRAM, 320GB 7200rpm SATA drive, slot-loading DVD burner and NVIDIA GeForce 9400M G graphics. The 1640 is similar, but with ATI Mobility RADEON M86XT graphics.

Dell intros XPS 625 gaming rig

Posted in Dell by Conner Flynn on January 8th, 2009

Dell intros XPS 625 gaming rigToday at CES Dell intros it’s new gamer-designed XPS 625 desktop. It may not look like much on the outside, but this one is AMD, and includes your choice of AMD Phenom or Phenom II Black Edition processors, ATI Radeon HD4670 or HD4850 graphics cards (in single or CrossFireX configurations).

It has some other high-end specs too, like 8GB of RAM, a bunch of hard drive options and an AlienFX custom lighting system just for kicks. Pricing starts at a very reasonable $999 and if you like, you can place your order right now.

Dell XPS Baton PC concept

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on November 25th, 2008

Dell XPS Baton PC conceptThis is a concept we’d really like to see realized. It looks amazing. The basic idea is that a baton contains two roll out and flexible screens. The OLED screens roll up in the baton for easy transport. When they are pulled out an electrical charge is sent down the screen, making them rigid and usable as a laptop screen and keyboard that we all know so well.

Just want to use an eBook? Then just roll out one screen. If you want to work from a desk you can just leave the screens rolled up and dock the baton on a docking station which attaches to a regular screen and keyboard.

Dell XPS 730 gaming desktop gets ceramic cooling option

Posted in Dell by Shane McGlaun on May 1st, 2008

Dell XPS 730When it comes to PC gaming the hobby is far from cheap. This is one of the main points console gamers like to harp on when lauding the supposed superiority of consoles over PCs for gaming. However, PC gamers can all agree that with the right PC, graphics on the same game are typically much better on PC than on a console.

Dell announced its latest XPS gaming desktop today and we can just get this out of the way up front, it’s not cheap. Base models start at $3,999 and if you want the slick and high tech liquid ceramic cooling you are looking at a starting price of $4,999. For that amount of money you get some nice components.