Is bigger always better? It may apply in most situations, but the new Dell Mini 1018 does seem to discredit that particular saying. So is smaller better in this case? VR-Zone puts Dell’s latest netbook to the test with our surgical skills and analytic brains.
Last night, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer unveiled their highly anticipated Windows Phone 7 to the world. The new phones will be available from leading mobile operators in Europe, North America and Asia Pacific this holiday season.
Dell recently announced the launch of the new Inspiron Zino HD, offering outstanding home-theater capabilities. The new Zino HD, is the next-generation version of the award-winning system that sports a powerhouse entertainment experience in a compact design. Read on to view the full press release.
The Dell tablet was showed off briefly by company’s chief executive, Michael Dell, at the Oracle conference a week ago and from various news sources, it looks like Dell will be launching their 7-inch Android tablet in the next couple of weeks.
Dell may be an established brand when it comes to notebooks, desktop PCs and computer monitors, but did you know that it also has its own line of printers? Earlier today, the company launched three new colour LED printers at their local office at Haw Par Centre. VR-Zone brings you the coverage.
If the popularity of netbooks are of any indication, it is apparent that the world has embraced the cheap, tiny, and low-power device as a suitable platform to satisfy their on-the-go internet desires. And Dell has introduced yet another such mobile computer to the local market: its new Mini 1018.
Ultrathin notebooks have been around for some time already, but such devices are usually reserved for full-sized notebooks. Enter Dell’s Inspiron M101z, an ultrathin notebook which sports an 11-inch screen for portable computing. Read on for the full press release.
From some photos we have here, it looks like the goods have arrived. But when will the 30-inch UltraSharp U3011, successor to the 3008WFP be officially released? More shots inside.
Dell has announced that it will be launching a 5-inch tablet-phone this summer. Called Dell Streak (formerly Mini 5), the portable device is based on Google’s Android OS version 1.6, though it will have the option to the updated 2.2 (Froyo) by the end of this year.
The annual PC Show 2010 took off at Suntec Convention Centre in Singapore today, with a huge turn out even before the 12 noon show time. Seems like the public has been eagerly anticipating the new bargains that would be offered on the tech gadgets and other products.
Alienware’s M11x has been given a performance boost to please diehard enthusiasts who want a powerful yet compact gaming laptop. The M11x is now configurable with Intel’s latest Core i5 and Core i7 processors and high-performance discrete graphics. More information on the updated M11x from the press release inside.
Dell unveils new machines with AMD VISION technology: Studio XPS 7100 desktop and Inspiron M301z laptop
Dell has unveiled the Studio XPS 7100 desktop and the Inspiron M301z laptop, both sporting AMD’s VISION technology. “These new Dell PCs with AMD VISION technology are feature-packed, yet budget-friendly. They’re perfect for listening to music, streaming video and gaming, while connecting with friends and family via social networking sites and blogs,” said Walt Mayo, Vice
With an affordable price tag and many handy features, the Inspiron R aims to be the ideal mobile personal entertainment hub. As Walt Mayo, Vice President and General Manager of Dell Consumer Asia puts it, ”the Inspiron R takes the rock solid Inspiron line and amps up the cool factor with a sexy and practical machine for
Android Central posted a very interesting Dell roadmap, we see Dell going Sparta and Athens, some “Greekish” names for the Android netbooks. Wait, netbooks?
Dell has been a bit too quiet recently, but from online sources, the renowned PC maker is busy making new phones including this leaked Windows Phone 7. Called Dell Lightning, it features 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 4.1-inch OLED display (WVGA), 5-megapixel autofocus camera and 1GB flash memory with 512MB RAM and 8GB storage on MicroSD card.
Lenovo was the first to announce its new business laptops back in January, the ThinkPad T410 and T510, both of which pack Intel’s latest mobile Core i5 or Core i7 processors. HP followed almost immediately with their announcement of the EliteBook 8440p and 8540p. However, Dell remained completely silent. There wasn’t even much of a
Dell’s G2410 24 inch monitor just got a lil refresh. G2410H. Coupled with a slim design and a variety of features. What does this monitor have to offer ?
Dell Singapore has announced their latest Vostro 3000 series which are lightweight, yet powerful notebook PCs designed for small businesses. Priced from S$1,399, the Vostro 3000 series are available from today.
Dell rolls out yet another new toy, except that this time, it’s the business-sy people they are targeting. And it even looks the part as well. Read on for more information…
Now that it is quite certain that the touchscreen is going to have a role to play in the next computing interface paradigm, it only makes sense that more OEMs should start experimenting with it for their latest products. And with that being said, move over tablets and MIDs, Dell is here to put a