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Dell launched the Latitude 3330 laptop, designed to help educators teach tomorrow’s leaders while providing excellent value to school districts. The new Dell laptop offers the robust computing features required to maximize learning productivity, compatibility with Dell’s existing solutions and services for education and support for personalized learning opportunities in the classroom. Dell developed the Latitude 3330 laptop to help increase student access to technology and to work in as many IT environments as possible. The new Dell laptop fully supports Microsoft Windows 8, Windows 7, and Linux Ubuntu, giving students the ability to produce, consume and share information, as well as leverage common learning applications and software.
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Comments: 1Sunday, March 14th 2010 - 11:35 CET
Together with Amazon, Dell will soon be introducing a 5-inch Android 3G multifunctional smartphone tablet, named the Dell Streak. According to leaked information, it is a new electronic device that is able to do everything, at least if you are prepared to work with content provider Amazon. As that is where most of the content will come from. Think of Amazon video streaming, Amazon MP3 and of course the Kindle e-book reader App with which you can read books in electronic format. The Dell Streak or Dell Mini 5, it is not yet clear which will be the official name, runs on Google Android 2.1 OS is expected to be released on the U.S. market.
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Comments: 0Monday, January 11th 2010 - 16:15 CET
Dell announce that US-based AT&T will become the next mobile operator to offer a smartphone from the Mini 3 Android-based lineup. Over the past two months, Dell has established smartphone arrangements with leading mobile operators including the world’s largest, China Mobile, Claro in Brazil, and now AT&T with the nation’s fastest 3G network. Dell Mini 3 smartphones create an easy-to-use mobile Internet experience. The Android-based platform gives the Dell Mini 3 optimal power, flexibility and customization opportunities for both users and operators. Collaboration between Dell and AT&T combines the very best in performance and style.
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Comments: 0Sunday, December 27th 2009 - 20:05 CET
Dell’s hot-selling Inspiron Mini 10 netbook is getting better with a fresh new look and longer battery life to go along with technology enhancements and easy connectivity capabilities that make it a fashionable and functional must-have for on-the-go people. Updates to the Dell Mini 10 notebook include optional high definition entertainment bundles that deliver rich, smooth playback of streaming HD video in addition to Web surfing, email, listening to music and sharing user-generated content in real time. Dell expects the redesigned Inspiron 10 Mini notebook to be available the first part of January 2010.
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Comments: 0Thursday, December 3rd 2009 - 00:50 CET
China Mobile will soon become the first mobile operator to sell the Dell Mini 3i, a sleek and slim smartphone from Dell designed to leverage the power, flexibility and applications of China Mobile's new O-Phone and Mobile Market platforms. The Dell Smartphone will be available in Red Passion and Oiled Bronze colors, the Dell Mini 3i will begin arriving through China Mobile’s nation-wide channels (its authorized stores) by the end of this month and Dell direct to follow. Dell plans to launch additional Smartphones beginning 2010.
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Comments: 0Monday, November 23rd 2009 - 14:10 CET
China Mobile will soon become the first mobile operator to sell the Dell Mini 3i, a sleek and slim new multi-touch smart phone from Dell designed to leverage the power, flexibility and applications of China Mobile's new OPhone and Mobile Market platforms. Available in Red Passion and Oiled Bronze colors, the Dell Mini 3i smartphone will begin arriving through China Mobile’s nation-wide channels (its authorized stores) by the end of this month and Dell direct to follow.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, November 4th 2009 - 00:10 CET
Manufacturers seem so Android-minded these days, that they actually get in each other's way simply because of their eagerness. One after the other, they all seem to have adopted the Google Android OS, which means we can soon expect a big stack of new Android phones. Some information was already floating around the Internet about Dell joining in on the Android race, and the most recent rumor indeed seems to indicate an imminent release of one or more Dell Android phones. The name is still ambiguous, although most likely, a Dell Streak Android mobile phone will become available on the U.S. market in combination with AT&T, and a Dell Mini 3iX on the Brazilian market.
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Comments: 0Monday, June 22nd 2009 - 11:00 CEST
Hard-core gamers and technology enthusiasts will find much to celebrate with the new Dell Alienware M17x notebook. The new Dell Alienware M17x notebook is the most powerful 17-inch gaming notebook in the universe and delivers a pulse-pounding, life-like experience. In support of the launch, Dell unveiled a new “All Powerful” marketing campaign to reach gamers throughout the universe and that it will expand Alienware’s presence from six to 35 countries. Just as Dell’s Adamo brand represents premium craftsmanship and design, Alienware represents premium performance in the Dell consumer product portfolio and is the new standard-bearer in the broader gaming and technology space.
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Comments: 0Saturday, January 10th 2009 - 19:31 CET
Dell and AT&T Mobility announced a nearly irresistible offer that brings nationwide high-speed connectivity at an affordable price to the award-winning Inspiron Mini 9. Built-in mobile broadband on this compact, take-it-everywhere Internet buddy keeps you connected with friends, finds and Facebook. Through Jan. 31, 2009, digital nomads can purchase a select Inspiron Mini 9 that is regularly $449 for $99 after a $350 Dell mail-in rebate and the purchase of a qualifying two-year AT&T Laptop Connect agreement.
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