Lots of Things Going on @ CES Next Week


Busy week next week for Dell @ the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). If you're not able to make the trip to Las Vegas for the show, we'll let you know what's going on from a Dell perspective via Dell Lounge (at www.delllounge.com/ces) and here on Direct2Dell. Over at Dell Lounge, we'll post webcasts of events, products demos and more.

Dell folks on the ground in Las Vegas will also be uploading photos to Flickr at www.flickr.com/dell_digital_media and will be twittering at www.twitter.com/DellConsumer.  

Here on Direct2Dell, you can expect a lot of CES-related content as well. We'll have several Dell folks contrbuting blog posts throughout the week. In preparation for this, I've created a CES 2008 category so you can easily see all of the CES-related blog posts in one place.

Several products will be on display @ CES, like the Inspiron 1525 notebook, the 22" widescreen Crystal display and the new 30" widescreen LCD, and the UltraSharp 3008WFP that you may have seen elsewhere. Beyond that though, we will be previewing a few new concepts like a 16" widescreen notebook with a true 16:9 aspect ratio, an HD entertainment solution which shows off our XPS 420 with CableCard tuners connected Linksys' new DMA 2100 Media Center Extender, our XPS 630i, our forthcoming mainstream gaming desktop that packs some power into a more compact chassis than the XPS 720, and Alienware's new 15.4 inch Area-51 m15x notebook.

Building on what we started at Oracle OpenWorld, we'll also be asking conference attendees to join the ReGeneration and to answer the question What Does Green Mean to You? on two large graffitti walls. They will be on display at Dell's eco-innovation booth (#21854) located in the Sustainable Technologies TechZone of South Hall 1 in the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Much more to come over the next few days. If you're interested in keeping up with Dell's CES activities, here are the best places to do it: 

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  • Anonymous

    I don’t see much going on here.

  • Anonymous

    Hi Lionel,

         Happy New Year. Your post including photos of CES 2008 looks prety cool. It gives more details of the events at Las Vegas. The Dell products displayed looks challenging.

    I wish the Dell team all the very best in all it’s endeavours.

    Good Luck and Gr8 success for the Dell Team.