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Dell CEO leaks ultra-portable design at All Things D

updated 07:10 pm EDT, Wed May 28, 2008

Dell ultraportable reveal

Dell CEO Michael Dell recently offered a glimpse of his company's highly-rumored ultra-portable at the All Things Digital executive conference in California. Dell was carrying a sleeved laptop, opening the cover to reveal a bright candy-apple red shell crowning a miniature portable akin to the Asus Eee PC and HP Mini-Note. He was sparing with details, but images reveal three USB ports, a card reader, VGA output, and Ethernet connections, with the system running an unknown version of Windows.

[via Gizmodo]



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  1. Guest

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    Re: Re: competition

    @testudo

    Maybe Apple discovered that nobody is using voice dialing?
    (At least I know I don't. The three mobile phones I own all have the capability and I never used it...
    I know nobody that does... And I do know some people, apart from myself ;-) )

    The problem in engineering is always to decide what not to include.
    Adding everything to a product makes it unusable. See other phones, or some pocket knives.
    Everything included is just barely usable...

    BTW, it seems that address book search is coming to the v2.0, so some things can be improved after all :-)

    Pieter.

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