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Dell Blends Performance, Expandability and Design with Bold, New Studio XPS 435 Desktop

* Powered by Intel®  CoreTM  i7 processors with Intel®  Turbo Boost Technology
* Investment protection with room to grow including support for up to 24GB of memory and 4.5TB of storage
* Clean and sophisticated “tilt back” design is visually striking blending pure white with translucent black bezel and brilliant crimson orange trim
Dell today launched a new premier desktop PC, the Studio XPS 435, built around elite performance, expandability and a bold design. The Studio XPS 435 delivers great value for digital content creators looking for power potential and for tech enthusiasts who demand the latest and greatest at an outstanding price when compared to most other “prosumer” performance systems.
The Studio XPS 435 provides intense …

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Gateway’s New TC Series Notebook Line Delivers Stylish Mobility, Economy

New Line Serves Range of Mobile Customers Looking for Portability, Style and Latest Technology at Incredible Value

Gateway today extends the popular design and features of its MC Series® and MD Series® notebook lines to its new compact and lightweight TC Series® notebook line, which sports a 14-inch High Definition display, starting at a value-minded $649.99.

The ultimate affordable pairing of mobility, style and multimedia technology, the Gateway TC Series notebook line was designed with the performance and cinematic mobile entertainment features that make it ideal for use as a mainstream notebook. The 14-inch Ultrabright™ HD widescreen display boasts an entertainment-ready 16:9 aspect ratio.

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SONY TO EMBED SELECT NOTEBOOKS WITH QUALCOMM’S GOBI TECHNOLOGY

VAIO PCs to Feature Wireless, High-speed Internet Connectivity via 3G Cellular Network
Sony Electronics Inc. and Qualcomm Incorporated today announced that Sony has selected Qualcomm’s Gobi™ mobile Internet technology for use in its VAIO® notebook PC lines.
The embedded Gobi solution enables notebook users to expand beyond Wi-Fi hotspots so they can experience a high-speed connection to the Internet via 3G cellular connectivity. Sony is the first notebook manufacturer to make Gobi technology a standard feature in several of its PC models.
Known for style and innovation, VAIO notebooks will initially feature Gobi technology in three of the ultra-portable models, including the VAIO Z, TT and new P series. VAIO models utilizing Gobi technology may vary by region.
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Acer Aspire 8930-6448

The original Acer Aspire 8920 was the very first 18-inch laptop we had a chance to review, and the follow-up Acer Aspire 8930-6448 is similar in terms of its essentials, with only a handful of component upgrades.
The display has the same native resolution as a 1080p HDTV; that coupled with a unique set of touch-sensitive media controls (although we weren’t crazy about the volume slider), make it an impressive package for movie watchers. That is, at least as long as your HD content is downloadable, because for $1,599 you don’t get a Blu-ray drive. We’d probably shell out the extra $200 for the 8930-7665 version, which includes …

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Asus EAHD4870X2 Top graphics card

If you’ve read the review of Nividia’s GeForce GTX 295 card on cnet.com, you might be able to guess our assessment of this overclocked, Asus-packaged version of AMD’s ATI Radeon HD4870X2. Simply, for $550–$50 more than the Nvidia card–the amped up Radeon card gives you less performance and uses more power along the way. The only solace we can offer for AMD is that this card has a minor (borderline irrelevant) software support advantage, and a mildly easier setup process. Whether you value those features or not, the primary reason for purchasing an expensive 3D card is speed. And in the high-end price range, the Radeon EDHD4870X2 …

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Fujitsu Lifebook T1010

Combining a screen that’s roomy enough to avoid eye strain and a weight that’s still reasonable enough to carry to the coffee shop or on the occasional business trip, 13.3 inches may be the most perfect size for a laptop. How much better, then, that Fujitsu has issued the LifeBook T1010, a tablet whose 13.3-inch display rotates and folds down over the keyboard to let you take handwritten notes? Viewed as a laptop, the LifeBook T1010 seems fairly average, with a typical assortment of features and the entry level of Intel’s latest Centrino 2 components. Viewed as a tablet, however, the LifeBook T1010 seems more compelling: it’s priced lower than many 12.1-inch tablets, yet provides …

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