Desktops and Notebooks: Dell Adamo, Studio, Inspiron Laptops on Display in New York

 
 
By Scott Ferguson  |  Posted 2009-05-13
 
 
 

Dell Adamo, Studio, Inspiron Laptops on Display in New York

by Scott Ferguson

Dell Adamo, Studio, Inspiron Laptops on Display in New York

The Dell Adamo

The Adamo laptop, which weighs about 4 pounds and is about 0.65 inches thick, debuted in March and showed that Dell is interested in design as well as in more traditional laptops.

The Dell Adamo

The Dell Adamo

The Adamo is milled from a single piece of aluminum and features a scalloped backlit keyboard and a glass high-definition edge-to-edge display, measuring 13.4 inches by 16.9 inches. The glass design also helps the laptop's wireless system.

The Dell Adamo

The Dell Adamo

With the Adamo, Dell looked to capture a high-end laptop market that includes the Apple MacBook Air and the Lenovo ThinkPad X301. The Adamo costs between $2,000 and $2,699.

The Dell Adamo

The Dell Adamo

All the ports, including the USB and Ethernet ports, are located on the back of the Adamo laptop, which adds both convenience and style.

The Dell Adamo

The Dell Adamo

There are no obvious labels on the Adamo. The only indication that the Adamo uses Microsoft Windows and Intel processors is a subtle etched label on the back of the notebook.

The Dell Adamo

The Dell Inspiron Mini 10v

Dell recently brought out the Inspiron Mini 10v as a less expensive version of its Mini 10 line. This particular netbook starts at about $299.

The Dell Inspiron Mini 10v

The Dell Inspiron Mini 10v

The Dell Inspiron Mini 10v offers a 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 processor along with a 10-inch display and the choice of a hard disk drive or a solid state drive. The netbook weighs 3 pounds and is 1.06 inches thick.

The Dell Inspiron Mini 10v

The Dell Studio One 19

The Dell Studio One 19 is an all-in-one desktop that recently began selling in the United States and Europe. The Studio One 19 offers a 19-inch display and supports several applications that take advantage of multitouch technology.

The Dell Studio One 19

The Dell Studio 15

The Dell Studio 15 is one of several notebooks where Dell has emphasized design as part of the user experience. These laptops offer a number of Intel processors, up to 8GB of DDR2 (double data rate 2) memory, 500GB hard disk drives and a choice of Intel or ATI Radeon graphics.

The Dell Studio 15

The Dell Inspiron Mini 10

The Inspiron Mini 10 is one of several netbooks that Dell sells. The Mini 10 sells for about $349 and offers a 10.1-inch display, an Intel Atom processor, choice of a hard disk drive or solid state drive, and 802.11 b/g and draft-n wireless technologies.

The Dell Inspiron Mini 10

The Dell Inspiron Mini 10

The Dell Inspiron Mini 10 also offers a built-in television tuner, and soon Dell will sell an antenna as well, which will allow users to tune into live, local broadcasts on their laptops. Dell had this netbook tuned in to the local Fox affiliate in New York.

The Dell Inspiron Mini 10

The Dell Inspiron 537 Desktop Lineup

Dell announced that it is revamping its Inspiron desktop lineup with eight different color choices. These minitower desktops also include Intel processors, ATI Radeon graphics, 4GB of dual-channel memory, six USB ports and 750GB hard disk drives.

The Dell Inspiron 537 Desktop Lineup

The Dell Studio XPS 16

Starting at $1,099, the Studio XPS 16 is one of Dell's high-end consumer laptops. The notebook includes a 16-inch display, Intel Core 2 Duo processors, an Intel PM45 chip set, up to 8GB of main memory and a 500GB hard drive. Dell also offers an 128GB SSD option.

The Dell Studio XPS 16

The Dell Alienware Area-51 X58

The Dell Alienware Area-51 is designed for serious gamers, and includes Intel's newer Core i7 965 processor and ATI's Radeon 4870 X2 graphics card. There's also room for 12GB of DDR3 memory and 4TB of data storage.

The Dell Alienware Area-51 X58

The Dell Alienware Area-51 X58

Here's a closer look at the inside of the Alienware Area-51 desktop. The Intel processor is located behind the fan. Dell engineers spent considerable time developing the airflow system used to cool the machines down.

The Dell Alienware Area-51 X58

The Dell Alienware M17

This is Dell's gaming notebook, the Alienware M17. The notebook uses an Intel Core 2 Extreme quad-core processor and offers 8GB of DDR3 memory and up to 1TB of data storage. The Alienware M17 also uses ATI Radeon HD 3870 graphics cards.

The Dell Alienware M17

The Dell Studio XPS 13

The Dell Studio XPS 13 offers the many of the same features as the XPS 16, except it has a smaller, 13-inch display and uses an Nvidia MCP79MX chip set.

The Dell Studio XPS 13

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