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- released Dell OptiPlex 980
- discontinued Dell Dimension XPS Gen 4
- released Dell Optiplex 780
- released Dell Inspiron 570
- discontinued Dell Precision 610 MSRP $9999
- Dell Studio XPS 7100 MSRP $699
- released Dell Inspiron i560
- Dell Dimension 5100
- Dell PowerEdge T105
- discontinued Dell Dimension 3100
- discontinued Dell Dimension 8250
- Dell Inspiron 580
- Dell Studio XPS 8100
- Dell Vostro 220s
- discontinued Dell Dimension L1000r
- released Dell PowerEdge T300
- Dell OptiPlex 360
- discontinued Dell Dimension 4400
- discontinued Dell OptiPlex GX240
- discontinued Dell Dimension XPS T700r
- discontinued Dell Dimension 4600c
- discontinued Dell OptiPlex GX110
- released Dell Inspiron 545
- released Dell Vostro 420
- released Dell Vostro 220 Mini MSRP $299
Brian Lam's The Wirecutter thinks that the best desktop display available now is the Dell Ultrasharp U2412M, which has just 94 PPI, less than my 13" MacBook Pro at 116 PPI.
iOS retina displays have got me thinking:
1. What is the highest resolution (or best high PPI) desktop display available now?
2. Is any progress being made in... Read more →
Thanks in advance folks! Happy 2012!!
These are a must:
at least 1 USB 3.0 port but must have at least 2 usb ports
An HDMI port (In and out if possible
touch screen (possibly a convertible laptop) and a camera (for video chat. i don't plan on sing this for photography. it looks stupid)
Can't be over 14 in in width, High-Res Display.
Optical drive not necessary. looking for a thin laptop.
Core i5 or i7 cpu, max out ram at 8 GB (can't sit pretty t 4 gb or ram)
1 gb... Read more →
By "best tablet" I mean, which is the most reliable and intuitive device for running PowerPoint? What about connecting the tablet to a projector? Do they all have mini HDMI? Of course I wouldn't be designing the presentations on the tablet, simply running them.
Thoughts? Any help is appreciated!
This brings me to my question: Are there any decent touchscreen laptops available these days? I ask because it's patently obvious that that's the... Read more →