Engadget reviews the Dell XPS 15z, which is supposedly a competitor for the MacBook Pro series.
The short version: it’s cheaper, not as powerful, but does at least look a bit better than the old chunky XPS series.
When Dell tells you that the XPS 15z has no compromises, that’s not quite the case — it’s a solid choice at this price point, but corners were cut to get here.
(via Dell XPS 15z review — Engadget)
jkOnTheRun reports on a new Mini-notebook from Lenovo, the IdeaPad S10. This looks pretty similar to the MSI Wind/Advent 4211 which I recently bought, but has an option for a 160GB hard drive and a price tag of either $399 or $449 depending on configuration, which would make it a cheaper alternative to the Wind.
There’s such a lot of interesting activity in this area, and I really hope that Apple gets off its backside and decides to offer something for the market.