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Dell Inspiron 531Dell's new Inspiron 531 features a new, streamlined look and a solid set of mainstream features including built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. On some tests, it's even faster than systems that cost $500 more.
Dell's first release from its new Studio line, the Studio 15, sits between the Inspiron and XPS lines and offers a good mix of features for the price.
We recommend the Dell Inspiron 9200 to home users who want an awesome, relatively portable, desktop-replacement laptop with cutting-edge features and solid performance.
The Dell Inspiron 9300 packs advanced multimedia features and blazing performance for gaming and home or business applications.
Quite portable for a Media Center laptop, the Dell XPS M140 offers a worthy set of multimedia and entertainment features, great performance, and good battery life.
The Seagate BlackArmor 220 is a good entry-level NAS server for small business and advanced users.
If all you want is a bare-bones messaging phone, the LG Saber is a decent entry-level offering for U.S. Cellular.
The Windows Vista-based Dell Inspiron E1505 remains a good laptop for basic home use, with a solid set of multimedia features and high-end components.
Dell's 17-inch Inspiron E1705, when properly configured, is a reasonably priced strong performer that gets the job done for home users who want a large desktop replacement that can handle both multimedia and gaming.
Dell introduces the new 14-inch Inspiron 1420 laptop, which benefits from a wide range of configuration options, meaning that virtually any mainstream user can find a system to fit their budget.