February 28, 2008
As promised before, Dell has introduced their latest top of the line desktop. The Dell XPS 630 features support for Intel’s Core 2 Quad and Core 2 Extreme processors. It is also backed with a nForce 650i SLI chipset, making it ATI CrossFire and NVIDIA SLI-ready. Options include; 4GB of DDR2 RAM, 1TB of hard drive space, Blu-ray drive, and AGEIA PhysX accelerator. Get one right now starting at $1,249. You can also save 20% on all XPS 630 desktop purchases over $1699 (before tax, fees, shipping & handling). Coupon Code: 8$2$N24WDSFH1K Read the rest of this entry »
February 15, 2008
Well it seems Dell has yet another 24in LCD monitor up for sale, the DELL E248WFP. This monitor is the lil brother of the feature rich DELL E248WFP 24-inch Widescreen Black Flat Panel LCD Monitor but still has some pretty impressive spec for the price tag. The Dell E24WFP supports 1920×1200 resolution, 5 millisecond response time, 1000:1 contrast ratio and uses either DVI or VGA ports for connection purposes. The best part is the monitor retails for a very reasonable $389
February 11, 2008
The XPS 720 H2c from Dell ($1,950 – $7,999) is a top-of-the-line performance desktop computer. The XPS 720 H2C uses water-cooling technology to keep the factory over-clocked Intel Core 2 Extreme 3.67GHz processor, and dual nVidia GeForce 8800 Ultra 768MB graphics cards cool. Its your choice of 3TB hard drive, Blu-ray drive, 20 – 24-inch monitor, Physx card, and TV-Tuner. This beast is packed with more processing power than you need (unless you intend on playing some of the worlds most graphically intense games). Also keep an eye out for the upcoming Dell XPS 630, it should be available within a few months.
February 1, 2008
It seems like Dell will soon be releasing their new Latitude E-series and we finally have some info on these new machines. Currently there will be a 14.1 (4.25lb), 15.4 (5lb), 12in (pictured above) and a 13.3in designed for heavy travel. The 14.1in and 15.4in will feature both WXGA and WXGA+ LED backlit screens and it seems all version will come with DisplayPort, eSATA and numerous USB ports. (Source)
January 30, 2008
Wireless USB is just starting to take off with many companies (such as Dell) offering integrated WUSB capabilities into their new laptops. However not everyone is so lucky to have a wireless USB receiver built-in. IOGear has solved this problem with their new CardBus wireless USB receiver. The card itself will use the rarely occupied CarBus slot on laptops, without having to worry about another USB dongle. Unfortunately price and availability are currently unknown. (Source)
September 8, 2007
This post is coming to you from my new Dell M1330 notebook. This thing is sweet–the thinnest 13-inch laptop on the market! It is incredibly light (4-lbs), has a 7-hour battery, and packs some major power. M1330 systems can be configured to have: Intel Core 2 Duo at 2.2-GHz, 4-GB RAM @ 667-MHz, NVIDIA GeForceTM Go 8400M GS, 32-GB Solid State Drive or 200-GB Hard Disk Drive, LED back lit display, integrated webcam, fingerprint reader, and it also features a Slot-Load DVD+/-RW. It comes in 3 colors and starts at $1,499. Look at more pictures.