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An \"Alloy Edition\" laptop sounds like something that should look pretty decent, right? Well, ideas and execution are two entirely different things, as evidenced by Dell's new Inspiron 15R Alloy Edition. While the alloy part of the equation isn't bad, it's unfortunately only available in a \"waves\" p

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We just spent a little time with Dell's updated Inspiron 15 Core i5 which were introduced earlier today. As far as looks go -- well, they're Dells, and not much has changed from previous iterations. Of course, it's what inside that counts here, so while you might not go through the roof over their

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You're wildest mid-range dreams are all coming true, and you've got Dell and Intel to thank. Announced today alongside a bevy of other new life-altering products, the Round Rock powerhouse has announced that Intel's new Arrandale chips (that's the Mobile Core i3 and Mobile Core i5, if you're unawar

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Here's a question: given the vagueness of the definition and the trend towards larger screen sizes in general, how soon do you think Dell will start calling its new $399 Inspiron 15 configuration a \"netbook?\" Seriously, it's not like the 2.16GHz Celeron and 2GB of RAM running Vista are going to maj

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We heard that Dell's Inspiron 15 would go on sale later this month, and apparently that means now. Dell's latest 15.6-incher is up for order as we speak, and as expected, $699 gets you in the door. Those with extra cash to burn can upgrade to 4GB of RAM, a Blu-ray drive, 320GB of hard drive space a

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So, how's about some news not originating from Las Vegas? Dell has chosen today to take the wraps off of its cleanly styled Inspiron 15 notebook, and while there's nothing here to write home about, the price accurately reflects the low-key nature of the machine. Prospective buyers will notice a 15.

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