Dell XPS 18 portable AIO now available

About a month ago, we unveiled the XPS 18 portable all-in-one. Today, customers in the United States, Canada and select countries in Europe can order the XPS 18. Pricing starts at $899.99 in the United States. While the entry configuration offers a 1.8GHz Pentium processor, we have three others with either … READ MORE

Lionel Menchaca April 16, 2013

Ubuntu OS now an option on Alienware X51 gaming rig

We’ve heard from potential Alienware customers like acelin in his idea on IdeaStorm that you wanted to buy an Alienware with Ubuntu. Linux gaming just took a big step forward with the release of the Alienware X51 gaming desktop with Ubuntu OS for customers in the United States. … READ MORE

Mark Obee April 5, 2013

Dell Weekly Recap: News (April 5 Edition)

Welcome to the latest edition of Dell’s Weekly Recap, your guide to the week's Dell-related news and happenings.   TOP STORY OF THE WEEK 'Stampede' Supercomputer Unveiled at UT Austin Stampede, the University of Texas’ new Dell/Intel HPC cluster, is the most powerful in the U.S. dedicated to … READ MORE

Kevin Curry April 5, 2013

Jack the Giant Slayer Gets a Little Help from Dell

One of the best things about working for Dell is continually learning how our solutions are being leveraged to do some amazing things that impact our daily lives.  So, I was pretty delighted to learn that Dell’s media and entertainment solutions helped the award-wining visual effects (VFX) studio, … READ MORE

Kevin Curry March 1, 2013

Dell Introduces World’s First WiGig-based Wireless Dock for Unparalleled Convenience and Connectivity

At Dell, we’re driven by providing our customers with innovative new products, and that’s why I’m especially excited that we’ve introduced the industry’s first WiGig-based wireless dock.  With the new solution, customers can achieve unparalleled convenience and superior connectivity to displays, networks, audio and other peripherals.  The Dell Wireless Dock … READ MORE

Brett McAnally February 25, 2013

Key differences between a server and a desktop

Servers are designed to support multiple users and run a large number of different services and applications. Many small businesses can benefit greatly from the increased capacity, information sharing and security that a server offers. Check out Dell’s Cloud Computing solutions. Click on the image to seee a … READ MORE

Alan McMahon December 17, 2012
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