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AT&T announces Dell Aero smartphone is coming soon

Posted in AT&T,Dell by Shane McGlaun on March 23rd, 2010

Dell has been peddling its Android powered Mini 3 smartphone around to carriers for a while now. It looks like AT&T has finally bit and will be offering the handset as the Dell Aero soon.

The Aero is hailed as the lightest Android smartphone around. It will operate on the AT&T 3G network and will be one of the few Android devices on AT&T.

Dell unveils Mini 5 tablet prototype

Posted in Dell by Conner Flynn on January 31st, 2010

Everybody is outing their tablets. Dell has unveiled the latest prototype of the Dell Mini 5 Tablet. The new device features a 5-inch touchscreen display with a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, a 5-megapixel camera with dual LED flash and a front facing camera.

Some other specs include WiFi, 3G and Bluetooth connectivity and the Dell Mini 5 runs the Android 1.6 operating system. We should have more updates on this one soon, so stay tuned.

Dell puts out USB-bootable Chromium OS image

Posted in Google by Conner Flynn on November 28th, 2009

Dell puts out USB-bootable Chromium OS image Looks like Google’s Chrome OS will be getting some support from Dell. The company is making an experimental version of the Chromium OS available for its Mini Inspiron 10v netbook. The OS will be available as a USB key image file, but they are warning users that it’s a risk since it has only gone through minimal testing.

Some of the current known problems include taking up to 10 minutes before the network connection manager can find wireless networks and other things freezing as well. The 8GB image can be transferred to a USB drive only by using a Linux system.

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Dell uses renewable bamboo in product packaging

Posted in Dell by Conner Flynn on November 18th, 2009

Dell uses renewable bamboo in product packagingCompanies are starting to get more into environmental packaging. The latest is Dell. Dell gets just a little greener by adding bamboo in its product packaging portfolio. And they are the first in the PC industry to do it.

It applies to all Dell Inspiron Mini 10 and Mini 10v netbooks shipped from today onward. Bamboo is used as product cushions cradling the Mini within an outer box that is made from 25% post-consumer materials. Starting early next year, Dell hopes to expand their use of bamboo packaging to a wider range of it’s products.

Dell Mini 9 Netbook converted into an Internet Tablet

Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on October 14th, 2009

Dell Mini 9 Netbook converted into an Internet TabletTurns out that the Dell Mini 9 can be modded into a sexy looking internet tablet. Who is responsible for this? A dude named Rob, who is a MyDellMini forum member. He turned his Del Vostro A9, which is a business version of the Mini 9, into a Windows 7 touchscreen.

This bad boy holds a 16GB SSD, WiFi, Bluetooth, 1GB of RAM and an Intel Atom N270 processor. Rob has further plans for it, like adding an accelerometer to automatically adjust the screen orientation and a small USB fan for temperature control.

Dell’s Inspiron Mini Nickelodeon Edition arrives for $329

Posted in Dell by Conner Flynn on October 2nd, 2009

Dell Inspiron Mini NickelodeonWell my slime loving, Spongebob watching, cartoon addicted friends, Dell’s Inspiron Mini Nickelodeon Edition is now up for order starting at $329. As far as specs, it’s mostly a typical Mini, sporting a 10.1-inch (1,024 x 600 resolution) display, Windows XP Home, and 1GB of DDR2 RAM.

You also get a GMA950 graphics set, WiFi of course, 3-cell battery, 1.3 megapixel webcam and a 1.6GHz Atom processor. The big bonus for Nikelodeon fans is bound to be the slimed lid and palm rest. Come on, those are the features that matter right?

Dell Inspiron Mini Nickelodeon

Posted in Dell by Conner Flynn on August 11th, 2009

Dell Inspiron Mini NickelodeonDell has announced a strange one today. A Dell mini that sports designs based on Nickelodeon’s Slime motif and hit shows like SpongeBob SquarePants and iCarly. You are probably already familiar with the Dell mini 10.1″ specifications, but obviously Dell is aiming these at children.

Dell says that they want to help provide a safe computing experience, superior educational content and a world-class entertainment experience. What do you think? Are you buying your kid one of these?

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Dell intros LED-backlit Inspiron 17

Posted in Dell by Conner Flynn on July 16th, 2009

Dell intros LED-backlit Inspiron 17Today Dell filled out its mainstream notebook line with the Inspiron 17. The desktop notebook is rocking the same 16:9 aspect ratio display and thinner, more efficent LED backlighting as newer Inspirons but, matching its 17.3-inch size, has a higher 1600×900 resolution as standard. Processors are also faster and scale up to a 2.4GHz Core 2 Duo.

The base price is just $499 with by a 2GHz Pentium dual-core, 2GB of RAM, a 160GB hard drive, Intel integrated video and Vista Home Basic. The battery is a minimal 4-cell pack. Buyers can choose Home Premium as well as up to 4GB of RAM, a 500GB hard drive, Blu-ray, a 6-cell battery and a dedicated 256MB Mobility Radeon HD 4330 graphics core.

Dell to turn Netbooks into Navigation Devices

Posted in Dell by Conner Flynn on July 2nd, 2009

Dell Vostro 1220 available, starts at $799Soon Dell Netbooks, specifically the Dell Mini 10, will be available with a $69 Wireless 700 Card which will make the netbook navigation capable, just like your smartphone. The Wi-Fi enabled card would let you navigate just like with other devices.

The Wireless 700 card uses a combination of Broadcom’s GPS technology and Skyhook Wireless’ Wi-Fi positioning solutions. The integrated navigation software will provide 2D and 3D map viewing and will help save addresses for trip and route optimization. Users could also geo-tag photos to flickr and get weather updates for a specific location.

Dell adds new netbook and notebook to lineup

Posted in Dell by Shane McGlaun on May 13th, 2009

dellinspiron15-sbDell was late to the netbook game by many standards, but the computer maker is now firmly in the netbook market with its Mini 10 machine. Dell also caters to notebook users looking for larger machines at a cheap price.

The Texas-based computer maker has announced new additions to its notebook and netbook lines today with two new low cost machines. The Dell Inspiron 15 is a 15.6-inch notebook with prices starting at only $399. The low-end machine gets a Celeron processor, 2GB of RAM, and a 160GB HDD along with Windows Vista Basic. Options can greatly increase the price of the machine.

Dell Inspiron Mini 12 now available in the US

Posted in Dell by Conner Flynn on November 13th, 2008

Dell Inspiron Mini 12 now available in the USDell’s Inspiron Mini 12 is now available in the US as of today. The sleek notebook will aim for it’s market share against the Asus Eee PC S101, in a two notebook’s enter one notebook leaves kind of Thunderdome fight. Both feature 12″ screens and have that same sleek look. You can choose from two versions: A $549 model powered by an Intel Atom 1.33GHz processor, with 1GB RAM, a 40GB hard drive and Windows Vista Home Basic. If you need more power, the faster 1.6GHz processor with a 60GB hard drive and 6-cell battery is your other option.

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Dell announces the Inspiron Mini 12

Posted in Dell by Conner Flynn on October 26th, 2008

Dell announces the Inspiron Mini 12Dell just officially announced a new member of the Inspiron Mini family, the Inspiron Mini 12. This is either a 1.3GHz Atom Z520 or 1.6GHz Atom Z530 processor, up to an 80GB drive, 1GB of RAM, Bluetooth / WiFi, Windows Vista Home Basic, Webcam and a 12-inch, 1280 x 800 display. The whole deal weighs just 2.72-pounds and is less than one inch thick. Don’t get too excited just yet. It’s Japan-only for the moment, but late next month it will land in the States with a starting price under $600. At that price with it’s performance, it may just be able to snag sales from the Envy 133 and MacBook Air.

Dell Inspiron 1525 notebook gets Blu-ray for under $1000

Posted in Dell by Shane McGlaun on March 28th, 2008

Dell Inspiron 1525With the end of the format wars it’s time for those out there who have been waiting to buy a HD format DVD player to jump in with Blu-ray. The players are still expensive for the most part, but they are expected to begin dropping in cost soon.

Dell announced that its Inspiron 1525 now features a Blu-ray player and HDMI out at well under $1000. Dell says that a Blu-ray equipped 1525 will start at $879. If you have needed a new notebook and have an HDTV this is the way to go. $825 is reasonable for most notebooks and the addition of the Blu-ray and HDMI out will have you watching on your big screen in no time.

Sharp SD-SP10 1-Bit Virtual Surround Sound System

Posted in Home Theater,Sharp by Paul Patterson on December 3rd, 2006

Sharp SD-SP10Surround sound systems don’t always need to be complicated and the Sharp SD-SP10 Virtual Surround Sound System is a great example of such a system. The SD-SP10 incorporates a simple, two-component design that takes just minutes to set up and gives you many options for setup with rooms of varying shapes and sizes.

Sharp’s 1-Bit audio technology makes the most out of this minimalist home theater system. The 2.1 Channel Home Theater System simulates 5.1 Channel Surround Sound from just one speaker box.

Sharp incorporates two technologies to create and enhance the virtual surround sound experience. …

AT&T announces new subsidized netbooks available nationwide

Posted in AT&T by Shane McGlaun on July 21st, 2009

dellmini10-sbOver in Europe subsidized price notebooks and netbooks are very common with most of the major mobile providers offering all sorts of notebooks to users at discount prices. The caveat is that you have to sign away years of your mobile broadband freedom to get the deals.

Subsidized notebooks and netbooks aren’t that common here in the U.S., but they are starting to gain in popularity. AT&T already offers a subsidized price Acer Aspire One and the mobile provider has announced that it will now be offering a subsidized Dell Mini 10 and Lenovo S10 netbook at stores across the nation.



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