Posts Tagged 'studio'

New WD now with Firewire

Far too often you see external drives advertised and rush out to the store to buy one only to be disappointed … that is if you’re a Mac user. What’s with no Firewire love? Usually you’d be confined Lacie drives or having to pay extra for a Seagate model with Firewire included. Look no further Western Digital has included the feature on it’s My Passport Studio mini external drives. FireWire 800/400 and USB connections with sizes ranging up to 500GB. It’s nice to have choices.

Dell Mini 9 debuts, special offer for U.S. customers

“If you can wait until 6 a.m. Central tomorrow, Sept. 5, you’ll be able to get a Mini for only $99 with the purchase of a Studio 15, XPS M1530 or XPS M1330 laptop through 6 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 9 (U.S. only).” (link)

Buy one to get a smaller for a cheaper price. Hmm. This is just the excuse I was looking for to blow some cash. Let’s see, the cheapest Dell Studio goes for what, $649 for a 15″ display and then $99 for a Mini with a 9″ screen. Spend $600 to save $250? Is that a paradox? Who cares! Dell’s got a hit on it’s hands. Beats the Asus Eee PC, MSI Wind, and Acer Aspire hands down. Finally the wait is over, hit the site and order yours.

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Dell Studio: my next laptop

Dell today introduced “Studio,” a new consumer product line designed for self-expression and creative living. Studio products are highly expressive and personalized – inside and out – combining aesthetics and technology into a fresh approach to hi-def mobile lifestyles.

“People seeking stunning design, brilliant colors, and innovative new technology find inspiration in Dell’s new Studio brand,” said Michael Tatelman, vice president of Dell consumer sales and marketing worldwide. “These products are built for today’s digital nomad based on the millions of conversations we have every year on dell.com, Ideastorm and community forums. With Dell Studio we’re answering the call for personalization, connectivity and simplicity.”

The first Dell Studio products are two distinctively styled laptops, the Dell Studio 15 and Dell Studio 17. These laptops combine sleek designs, striking visual color elements and personalization options with features such as standard built-in webcam, capacitive touch media control buttons, slot load drives, and optional mercury-free LED displays and built-in mobile broadband. They are available today on http://www.dell.com/studio starting at $799 (Studio 15) and $999 (Studio 17) and will be available at Best Buy and Staples stores in the next few days. (link)


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