Ep. 53: Netbook gaming, Dell's new Adamo, and the Steve Jobs jack-o-lantern Video
Dell's new ultra-thin luxury 13-inch laptop debuts, but can it beat the MacBook Air?
This week, Dell goes high-fashion at just the wrong moment, everyone hates Twitter, and iPhone 3.0 steals Molly's soul.
At less than 10mm thick, Dell's new luxury laptop is a high-end status symbol.
Dell's high-concept revamped Adamo is an impressive showpiece that sometimes puts looks ahead of practicality.
On this week's Digital City, we discover some new fallout from the no-Flash-on-the-iPad issue, spend some quality time with the long-delayed Adamo XPS laptop, and find out where we earned foursquare mayorships.
For a Netbook with standard components for the category, but a rock-bottom price and decent overall design, it's hard to beat Dell's Mini 10v.
Episode 47 of the Digital City, where we install Apple's new Snow Leopard OS update, discuss the current round of game console price cuts, check out some Netbooks with HD displays, and find out why Time Warner's new "Mystro" cable box firmware update for
Arriving late to the Netbook game, HP's Mini 1000 still impresses thanks to a nearly full-size keyboard.
Dell's popular Mini 10 is the most customizable Netbook we've seen. Adding extras such as a higher-resolution screen makes it more useful, but also blurs the price line between Netbooks and mainstream laptops.
Dell's latest take on the Mini is a dual-core AMD-powered 11-inch system that leaves Netbooks in the dust both in power and price.