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Dell’s Xmas Line-up

A few folks have been asking me about Dell’s Xmas line-up. The background here is that the WSJ ran a story – which is now doing the rounds in the regional pubs that somehow suggested that we are a little light on products this Xmas. Not letting the facts stand in the way of a good story, they chose to motor ahead. They couldn’t be more wrong.

So, to those that have been dropping me emails on this, here is the rub. This year we have launched more new products than any competitor and have more consumer products (and more on the way) than ever. This includes the really cool Studio brand and Studio Hybrid.

Those shopping at dell.com will find that Dell has 38 different laptops and about 54 desktops for sale – all available in countless configurations. These include Inspiron desktops and mini’s to Alienware gaming powerhouse machines. In retail stores worldwide where Dell systems can be found, look for laptops like the Inspiron and XPS M1330 (Most Dell Awards ever); Studio slim desktops, XPS All-in-ones (my fave at home). Also, Alienware Auora desktops are now available at Best Buy.

Every day during the holidays Dell is featuring certain laptop and desktop systems at www.dell.com/everyday and for those interested in gifts, but not sure what, we have a selection of gifts for family and friends at www.dell.com/gifts.

Ok – so that’s the rub. While I’m not going to turn this into a Dell blog I will do as a few of you have suggested and use my little printing press to correct the haze delivered by those with a big printing press.

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