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Review: Dell Latitude 2100

Kid-Friendly Netbook Has Grown-Up Chops The Dell Latitude 2100 is a lot like a box of Froot Loops: It’s clearly meant for kids but also easily enjoyed (sometimes secretly) by adults. The 2100’s most striking feature is the matte, rubber-like coating that envelops the netbook. Its grainy texture lets tiny, slippery fingers get a firm […]

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Crimson Red Dell XPS 16 in the wild?

So about that apparently canned crimson red Dell XPS 16 laptop. We received a handful of pics from a tipster who claims to have gotten one about a month ago when he returned his other, decided un-red model for a screen replacement. We don’t want to say this is 100 percent legit without holding it in our […]

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Is Dell cooking up an Android-powered netbook?

Um, okay? Straight out of the left-most corner of left field, software provider Bsquare has just outed Dell’s newest netbook — or so it seems. The same company that recently announced that it was bringing Adobe Flash to Android has just revealed that it’ll be doing likewise for “Dell netbooks running Google’s Android platform.” Specifically, […]

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Dell Studio XPS 13 reviewed, loved, and respected

There’s been much talk of Dell’s leather-bound Studio XPS 13 ever since it made its first appearance… and now the fine folks over at Hot Hardware have put it through the motions for you, and we can tell you that they really liked what they found. Really really. In terms of overall build, they were […]

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Dell Goes in for Plastic Surgery

Dell has been long been the Ugly Betty of the PC industry–functional, smart but severely lacking in the looks department. But over the last two years, the company’s consumer-targeted PCs have gotten a design makeover that would make Tyra Banks proud. Dell’s latest machines offers sleek designs; unusual materials such as fabric, bamboo and leather; […]

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