The latest from Dell

By Derek Sooman on February 1, 2005, 7:29 PM
Dell has today announced an expansion of its deployment services for its corporate line of desktops and notebooks. One of the main changes is that they will be offering what they call Weekend Notebook Exchange, which lets customers have existing data and files transferred to a new notebook with just a two-day turnaround. This might not seem that exciting to some of the regular readers of this site, but to a computer novice this is very useful stuff indeed.

Dell has also announced new products in the Dell Latitude D-family of notebooks. These are the D410, D610 and D810. These notebooks feature Tri-Metal chasses and magnesium alloy LCD covers, sealed keyboards that protect against spills, and separate Wi-Fi and Bluetooth LED indicators on the top of the keyboard. Dell Latitude kit is pretty cool stuff, so we recommend checking it out.

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