Dell apparently has two ultra-thin notebooks getting ready to hit the market, as they've turned up this week at the FCC. The notebooks sport super lean bodies and SSD storage drives that suggest they may be in the Ultrabooks category to compete with the MacBook Air. But they also manage to squeeze in plenty of ports that should be an advantage.
We got a glimpse at the upcoming Dell Latitude ST earlier this week, and now the company has outed the juicy hardware details for all. Like the rest of the Latitude line, the ST tablet is aimed at business users, even if a 10.1-inch tablet is something we're not entirely used to in that space. The slate runs a full version of Windows 7 with enterprise-class customizations and some targeted accessories, detailed in the official pics below.
It's a tough morning for HP in the aftermath of the webOS and PC business announcements yesterday, with a plummeting share price and long-time foe Michael Dell not missing the opportunity to take potshots at the ailing firm. HP may have beaten expectations for the last financial quarter, with net revenues of $31.2bn, but the market has still reacted negatively; the company's share price is down around 20-percent this morning, to around $23.50 a share, the lowest seen since mid-2005. Meanwhile, the Dell CEO has taken to Google+ to call out his old rivals. "They are calling it a separation" he sniped on Google+, "but it feels like a divorce."
After teasers, leaks and Michael Dell himself getting ahead of the rumor campaign in his excitement, it comes as little surprise to see the Dell XPS 15z notebook made official this morning. A new 15-inch mainstream notebook - and the harbinger to a fresh design ethos from the company - the XPS 15z promises stylistic and construction lessons learned from memorable models like the Dell Adamo. We caught up with Dell for some hands-on playtime with the XPS 15z; check out our first impressions after the cut.
Dell has refreshed its Vostro V13 low-price ultraportable and come out with the Vostro V130, a 13-inch notebook with new Intel CULV processor options, an HDMI port and Intel Hyperbaric Cooling technology. Priced from just $429, the Vostro V130 tips the scales at 3.5 pounds and measures 0.65-inches at its thinnest point.
Good morning everybody in technology land, welcome back to SlashGear's Morning Wrap-up. Today there are several rumors including a possible Motorola Motopad being a 7inch Android 3.0 debut, a possible 20+ custom Adam applications for the Notion Ink, Froyo for Dell Streak by the end of November, and maybe even a couple of opening bats for Honeycomb? Then we've got a review of a US version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab (T-Mobile version), a weeklong adventure with HTC HD7's hardware, and a few words on why Don Reisinger can't wait to get rid of his DVR. PLUS: Dual Core dreams in Galaxy 2. Now all we've got to do is plug our fingernails into our kneecaps as we wait and see if Android 2.3 Gingerbread is released today at this years Web 2.0 Summit. Hooray!
Do you have a T-Mobile myTouch 4G? How about a T-Mobile 4G Netbook? T-Mobile has just now, right this moment, announced the expansion of its 4G mobile broadband network to 6 more metro areas, and officially introduces 2 new products designed to tap into this 4G service. Tomorrow marks the first day you'll be able to buy retail the following products: T-Mobile® myTouch® 4G and T-Mobile’s first 4G netbook, the Dell™ Inspiron™ Mini 10 4G. Fast or faster than everybody else.
Dell has outed its latest multimedia laptops, in the shape of the newly refreshed Dell XPS range. Available in 14-, 15.6- and 17-inch sizes, the new XPS notebooks pack a choice of Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors and Optimus-compatible NVIDIA GeForce 400M GPUs. Interestingly, they'll also be the first notebooks to ship with HD webcams that are Skype-certified.
Sprint has obviously decided that when you have a 4G network it makes sense to leverage it, and so the company has outed its latest range of netbooks and notebooks that bundle both 3G and 4G radios. The Dell Inspiron Mini 10 (1012) and Dell Inspiron 11z each support high-speed WiMAX when coverage is available, falling back to regular old EVDO Rev.A when it's not.