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Update from Second Life

Hope everyone out there has been having a great holiday season!  I can’t forget to thank Neville Hobson for inviting me to attend my first ever virtual world holiday party last week at the Crayon headquarters.  It was a bit chaotic with all the conversations going at once, … READ MORE

Laura Pevehouse December 26, 2006

XPS 710, Updated 30" Display

We launched the XPS 710 and the updated 30-inch flat panel last month. In an earlier post, I mentioned that the 710 supports the Core 2 Extreme QX 6700 quad-core processor. It also features processor overclocking in the BIOS. Look near the bottom of this page from the … READ MORE

Lionel Menchaca December 21, 2006

Blog Tag: 5 Things About Lionel

I was tagged by fellow corporate blogger Eric Kintz over at HP. Though it took a while to make it to us, I think it’s good that corporate bloggers are being included. Here goes: 1. I have an Archaeology degree from the University of Texas. I focused on … READ MORE

Lionel Menchaca December 21, 2006

Ratings & Reviews on

We’re always looking for ways to incorporate customer feedback into our products. Figuring out how to make it easier for customers to provide that feedback tends to be a challenge. In numerous studies like this one, it’s clear that customers continue to use the web to research and … READ MORE

Manish Mehta, VP—Global e-Commerce December 17, 2006

Free Recycling Now Available to Consumers Worldwide

In August, I wrote about some of the responsible product retirement options we offer customers. With yesterday’s announcement, we completed the rollout of our Global Recycling Policy. In short, we offer consumers free recycling of any Dell-branded computer equipment at any time. We are now offering this service globally … READ MORE

Tod Arbogast December 13, 2006
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