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Wedged underneath the excitement of Dell's latest Inspiron and XPS notebook announcement, is a new line of Inspiron desktops that could actually give you some decent performance - if you don't mind being tied to your desk, that is. The infamously direct-only PC builder has so far taken the wraps off two models in the series: …

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Anonymous Coward

Vista?

Vista? Meanwhile, internally, Dell is still an XP shop, including new roll outs.

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Yet again we see the UK ‘pay the price’!

By my calculations, with the current rate of exchange, $349 = £174.50

OK, I know that it is not just Dell doing this but I am a bit ‘pissed off’ at the moment and I’m even typing this on a Dell – whose kit I actually like.

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Not for the U.K.?

Following the links to Inspiron with Linux and you end up with the prices in dollars and a little Stars and Stripes letting you know you've crossed the Atlantic.

Either it's still not for us over here or the website hasn't been sorted yet.

I wonder which one it is?

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Anonymous Coward

Blu Ray - we seek it here, we seek it there...

Maybe Blu Ray is a "virtual option" - i.e. in the press release only, however, it doesn't seem to be an option either in the UK or the US on the Dell web sites...

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Why Inspiron?

What does Dell have to gain by taking their laptop brand and slapping it on a desktop? They already have an established brand for their consumer level desktops - Dimension - which arguably is more well known than Inspiron. In any case, I don't see anything so special about these machines anyway.

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