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  • Blog Post: Ideas in Action, January update

    Happy New Year! Yes, I’m a bit late with that but I do have some updates to make up for it. CES is over and I’m sure everyone has heard about the XPS 13 . There is a great blog post on Direct2Dell with more information if you are interested, but I wanted to point out a few of the features...
  • Blog Post: Building a #LegacyofGood by Creating Recyclable Products, Not Throwing Shoes

    By now, you have likely heard about the ‘shoe incident’ involving former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at the Vegas conference speaking to the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) yesterday. Dell participated in this event, and while the incident is disturbing, we are happy...
  • Blog Post: Chart the Top Trends to Watch at CES 2014 with Dell’s Consumer Product Portfolio

    Greetings from Las Vegas, Nevada! Today marks the start of CES 2014 , the international launch pad for the coming year’s most innovative technologies and consumer tech trends. The show will feature a host of new products and services dedicated to pushing the boundaries of the consumer experience...
  • Blog Post: All Roads Lead to Glasgow 2014: The race back from injury

    As the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow gets closer with less than eight months to go, we’re still delighted to be working with our fantastic athlete ambassadors who are underlining the role Dell technology will play at the games. I recently sat down with Lynsey Sharp to hear about her turbulent...
  • Blog Post: New Dell PCs Amaze with Sleek Lines and a Powerful Punch

    At Dell, our objective is simple: amaze customers with products that are easy to use and always connected. Whether your needs are personal entertainment, professional productivity or both, Dell is proud to offer industry leading solutions that strike a perfect balance between powerful computing and premium...
  • Blog Post: Time to update those Wish Lists – new Dell Venue tablets & XPS 15 laptop now available

    On October 2 nd in New York City at the #DellVenue pop-up experience, we introduced our upcoming tablet portfolio and new XPS laptops. Today, the Dell Venue 7, Venue 8 and Venue 8 Pro tablets, as well as the new XPS 15 powerhouse laptop, are available for sale on Dell.com in the United States and in...
  • Blog Post: Dell Weekly Recap & Customer Spotlight (September 3 Edition)

    Dell Weekly Recap: News & Product Spotlight 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 Hands on with the Dell Venue Pro 11, a Windows 8.1 tablet with removable battery Addressing...
  • Blog Post: Did you hear the buzz from NYC? Blame it on the #DellVenue Launch

    Today was a great day. The weather was uncharacteristically warm in New York city. There were open skies. And happy New Yorkers crowded around #DellVenue – a pop-up creative workspace full of our latest Dell Venue tablets and XPS laptops . In a room full of 80+ press and analysts, Dell’s...
  • Blog Post: Dell updates XPS 10 tablet with an AT&T 4G LTE option to stay connected on the go

    The XPS 10 tablet was designed with mobile professionals in mind, and delivers both work productivity and a great entertainment experience in one tablet. Today, we’re introducing an AT&T 4G LTE mobile broadband version for US customers on Dell.com, providing professionals with the same fast...
  • Blog Post: Dell XPS 10 Windows RT tablet and XPS Duo 12 Ultrabook make appearance at IFA

    Today at the Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin (IFA) tradeshow, Sam Burd and Aongus Hegarty were on hand to share details on a few new products : the Dell XPS 10 Windows RT tablet, the XPS Duo 12 convertible Ultrabook and a touch-enabled version of our award-winning XPS One 27 all-in-one computer...
  • Blog Post: Tablet Matters – Taking the Right Decision

    Tablets are great. They’re light, portable, not too expensive, and packed with helpful, accessible applications. What was originally an amazing consumer device has also become a winner in the world of business. These are all instant reasons to get – or equip your workforce with – tablets...
  • Blog Post: Dell invites you to the new ‘travel hub’ at Heathrow Terminal 5

    A list of features and images are often enough to help you decide which laptop or computer suits your needs best, but sometimes having the chance to touch and try the product can really help. That’s why we have just launched an exciting hands-on experience in the main departure lounge in London’s...
  • Blog Post: Your Ideas in Action: XPS 14 and 15

    Since February of 2007 when we launched IdeaStorm , Dell has been accepting ideas for their products, services and operations from users via our IdeaStorm site . Each month we highlight ideas from IdeaStorm that have been Implemented or Partially Implemented by Dell. This month we are highlighting ideas...
  • Blog Post: Thin Sandy Bridge Laptop Coming Soon

    Update: 5-24: The XPS 15z is now available for many customers in the United States and in the other countries listed in this post. See my full XPS 15z post here or click on the image of my tweet below to read more about it. Late last week on our global Facebook pages , we shared a little more...
  • Blog Post: Dell Weekly Recap: News & Partner Spotlight (March 29 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 When Data Visualization Works — And When It Doesn't – Harvard Business Review Blog Network, March 27, 2013 I am uncomfortable...
  • Blog Post: VRTX, Aliens and Thunderbolts

    The title brings to mind visions of a blockbuster action movie doesn't it? While I am not writing about a new movie, I will be going over a few system releases and how customer ideas were implemented in the process. Our focus will be on the Poweredge VRTX, the new Alienware notebook line up and the...
  • Blog Post: Dell Refines the Trackpad and Fan Cooling Profiles in Response to Customer Feedback

    The XPS 13 launched on Feb. 28 in the U.S. and Canada , and to-date response has been strongly positive. Customers have shared their initial impressions on Dell’s Rating and Reviews , and have repeatedly praised the size and weight, responsiveness and keyboard. It’s been gratifying for our...
  • Blog Post: Dell Leads with Sandy Bridge System Options; More Coming Soon

    I’ve been blogging about the Intel Cougar Point chipset issue since not long after Intel released the details with media outlets and the blogosphere. My initial post regarding Intel’s Cougar Point chipset issue appeared early last month. I added two updates to that initial post, and eventually...
  • Blog Post: 256GB SSD option now available for the XPS 15z

    Earlier today, we began offering a 256MB solid state drive (SSD) drive available as an option on our high-end i7 processor XPS 15z configuration. It’s one of the things that customers like STLsailor and blogs like Ubergizmo asked for since we first unveiled the XPS 15z notebook last week. Why...
  • Blog Post: Introducing the XPS 14z: Amazingly Thin, Incredibly Powerful

    Back in May, we introduced everyone to the XPS 15z , our first step into a new generation of thin and powerful laptops from Dell. It’s been nearly six months since our launch of the XPS z line, and while the XPS 15z has garnered a lot of great recognition from sites like PC Magazine , CNET , and...
  • Blog Post: 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...
  • Blog Post: Dell Weekly Recap: News & Customer Spotlight (July 12 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 Dell kit used to create 'Game of Thrones' and new 'Star Trek' visual effects Visual effects studio Pixomondo has deployed Dell...
  • Blog Post: Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook Hits San Francisco for The Ultrabook Challenge

    In January, Dell announced its first Ultrabook at CES—the sleek and sturdy XPS 13 . Last week, we conducted the Ultrabook Challenge in San Francisco , a series of "blind brand" tests where pass ers-by compared the XPS 13 to top Ultrabooks in the market. While the new XPS 13 has received...
  • Blog Post: Need help from XPS 13 customers to test Nuance Dragon Assistant Beta software

    Some of you may have seen reactions from sites like Engadget back during IDF in September last year that we’ve been working with Intel and Nuance on voice input with a tool called Nuance Dragon Assistant Beta software . If you are an XPS 13 customer, we need your help. For the next few weeks, we’re...
  • Blog Post: Learn while you play the Dell and Windows 8 match game

    Summer may or may not be here when it comes to the weather, but there’s no doubt it’s the season for family holidays and a slightly quieter working week - in theory at least. While maintaining focus at work is important, it is also good to take a break from time to time – one reason...