Studio 15 and Studio 17 are two new laptops from Dell that claim to combine sleek designs, great visual color elements and personalisation options, and include features such as built-in webcam, capacitive touch media control buttons, slot load drives, as well as optional mercury-free LED displays and built-in mobile broadband.
Dell will offer optional color-coordinated accessories and peripherals like backpacks and slip covers, mice, and ear buds so customers can assemble a mobile high-definition package that’s unique.
There are seven color choices; Plum Purple, Tangerine Orange, Flamingo Pink, Midnight Blue, Ruby Red, Spring Green or standard Jet Black. Dell has added an optional high-gloss Graphite Grey choice that can be customised with contrasting Black, or more vivid Blue, Pink or Red edge trim around the display back.
Optional extras include a Blu-ray Disc drive, and built-in mobile broadband connectivity.
Dell Dock is a user interface, which is a task-based application organiser that places the most frequently accessed programs front and center. Dell Dock automatically sorts installed software applications on the PC into user friendly categories, which can be accessed by a taskbar, leaving the desktop free of clutter.
Dell Video Chat is a one-click, easy-to-setup and use video and voice communication program. These laptops will include an easy-to-set up and use communications program, Dell Video Chat. Families and friends can stay in touch using video chat, recording and sending video emails, or even PC-to-PC phone calls around the world.
$1,699 (Studio 15)
$2,199 (Studio 17)