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After almost a year of 20-inchedness, Dell's going after those in need of extra pixels with the new XPS One 24. The 24-inch all-in-one brings a 1920 x 1080, 16:9 display, perfect for some HD entertainment, and the $1,699 starting price includes a bit more than you'll get in one of those $999 20-inc

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Get it while you can. A new coupon is available which cuts the original $1,599 price of Dell's XPS One (PRODUCT) RED to just $1,199. That's $100 less than the entry level XPS One. Now, let's race to see who can void the offer faster 'cause this is one hell of a deal. Instructions after the break. R

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Back in October of last year, we all wondered just what impact Dell's leaked XPS One would really have on the all-in-one PC, nay, computer market, and truth be told, we're still waiting for something definitive. Sure, the first press shots were emanating with all kinds of sexy (for a Dell), and thi

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The whole consumer motivation for (PRODUCT) RED is that a donation is made to those in need at no (obvious) additional expense to you. It's The Man who makes the donation, you're just pulling the trigger with the purchase of something presumably wanted anyway. But the (PRODUCT) RED XPS One confuses

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We knew Dell and Microsoft would be giving some of their gear the Bono treatment this week, but the two companies and the AIDS-in-Africa relief project unveiled their partnership in style today at Davos. Just like we'd heard, the XPS m1530, m1330, and XPS One machines are all going crimson, as well

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Confirmed details are scant, but Microsoft's Nick White over at the official Windows Vista blog says that Windows and Dell with introduce (PRODUCT) RED \"products\" later this week. Rumor has it that Dell will ship an XPS One all-in-one, XPS M1330 and XPS 1530 laptops (already available in plain ol'

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Turns out PC Mag wasn't the only one fairly impressed by Dell's entry into the all-in-one desktop arena, Unkie Walt is officially a fan, and while he won't be giving up his iMac anytime soon, he had some warm things to say about the computer and Dell's design direction in general. In fact, as far a

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The lovely crew at Dell invited us to come down to Armani Casa in NYC and enjoy a glass of champagne while we fondled the company's new iMac competitor, the XPS One. Unfortunately, Armani Casa specializes in the kind of low, moody lighting that entices you to buy a $10,000 sofa, not snap photos of

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PC Mag has reviewed the Dell XPS One, the machine which we originally revealed on these here pages. The unit they got their hands on was the top-end $2,399 model -- what, you think Dell would risk lumping 'em with the budget range? -- and the overall impression was very good if you limit yourself t

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Shortly after being leaked, revealed, unclothed and paraded around in public, Dell's 20-inch XPS ONE is finally available to the masses. Up now on company's webstore are four pre-configured systems, with the high-ender rocking a Intel Core 2 Duo E6550 processor, 2GB of DDR2 RAM, Bluetooth 2.0, an 8

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Dell fans, we've got some juicy meat for you to sink your teeth into. During Michael Dell's keynote address at Oracle OpenWorld today, the company unleashed (or at least demoed) its forthcoming all-in-one PC, creatively named the XPS One. Of course, we've been hearing rumblings about the One for

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Considering we've already seen Dell's XPS One from every possible angle -- including flayed open -- you'd think that the marketing folks at Dell would have just given up by now, but the company's just updated that XPS One preview site with a super-dramatic teaser video featuring the new tagline \"We

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Dell's XPS One -- by now you know just about all there is, right? Well, did you know that the XPS One and A2010 are one and the same? According to details provided to us, we now know that the entire rear cover slides off with the simple removal of a pair of under-mounted screws. Unusual for all-in-

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We're not sure what suspense there is left to build around the XPS One -- we've already seen it naked before the harsh light of the FCC -- but Dell's not ready to let the magic die, and has posted a teaser slide for its new all-in-one up on Dell.com. Apparently the machine is \"The end of the PC as

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You probably remember the unannounced Dell XPS One we brought you the other day, and now we've received more info indicating that this media-centric all-in-one will launch \"mid November.\" Unfortunately there was no price associated with this supposed release window, but the document we saw did reve

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You all laugh at us for religiously trawling the FCC site during our rare free moments, and yet every once in awhile those countless hours of tedium pay off big time: meet Dell's unannounced all-in-one XPS One. What we're seeing here is a likely 22-inch WSXGA (1,680 x 1,050) display flanked by ster

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