Dell: New Dimensions

Dell has expanded its family of Dimension desktop PCs with the addition of three new models.

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By  Matthew Wade Published  October 30, 2005

Designed for use at home and in small business workplaces, these machines include: the Dimension 9150 – aimed at demanding, tech-savvy consumers; the Dimension 5150, built for users looking for a balance between cost-efficiency and technology; and the value-end Dimension 1100. At the highest end, the 9150 uses Intel’s latest dual-core processors, and is available with dual optical drives and the very latest, high-end graphics options. The 9150 is also built upon Intel’s Balanced Technology Extended (BTX) form factor, which offers improved cooling and is therefore in keeping with the machine being billed as a possible gaming rig or video editing machine. The Dimension™ 5150 combines an artic silver and white design with the BTX form factor, Dell’s QuietCase technology and Intel’s P4 Express processor with hyper-threading. An optional 9-in-1 flash card reader is also on offer. For users with limited funds, Dell’s Dimension 1100 runs either an Intel Celeron D or Pentium 4 CPU, and is designed for general internet, e-mail and home use. The Dimension 9150, 5150 and 1100 will hit stores in this region in December, with prices starting from US $1,362, $681 and $368 respectively.

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