Thursday, December 27, 2007

Dell’s All-in-One PC Has the Guts, Design To Compete With iMac | Walt Mossberg | Personal Technology | AllThingsD

This is probably the most positive Walt Mossberg review I've seen for a Windows machine.  See the full article for more details (and, of course, even stronger praise for Apple).

Something interesting is going on at Dell. The Texas personal-computer behemoth, long associated with boxy, boring machines, has started emphasizing industrial design. And the company, which in recent years seemed to care only about corporate customers, techies and hard-core gamers, appears once again interested in average, mainstream consumers who value simplicity.

The most tangible example of this new approach is Dell’s XPS One desktop — an elegant, handsome, cleverly designed one-piece computer. If it didn’t have the Dell logo on it, the XPS One might be mistaken for a product of the PC industry’s design leaders, Apple or Sony.

Dell’s All-in-One PC Has the Guts, Design To Compete With iMac | Walt Mossberg | Personal Technology | AllThingsD

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