This week Dell will be joining our weekly #win7tech Tech Tuesday Live Twitter Chat to discuss their diverse holiday PC lineup. We’ll chat about the newest PCs, the latest and greatest in design and offer suggestions on the best Dell PCs for your holiday shopping! With the XPS systems, the Inspiron 14z laptop or the Inspiron One desktop, Dell has something for everyone. In particular, we’ll focus on the Dell XPS 14z which is one of the thinnest, full featured laptops and while still having a DVD player.
I recently got to play around with the 14z and was really impressed with the new improvements to the familiar model. The XPS 14z is unique, packing uncompromising performance in a beautiful package and it is the latest entrant into Dell’s rapidly expanding portfolio of Thin + Powerful PCs. And its design borders on the borderless. In fact, it offers a 14-inch screen in a 13-inch form factor. Oh, and we’ll be giving one away during this week’s Tech Tuesday chat!
Among Dell’s other cool holiday PCs are the Inspiron 2320 All-in-One desktop which is a fun and intuitive family centerpiece with multi-touch display, and an attractive space saving design. Or perhaps you’ll be interested in the Dell Vostro V131 which has been designed for people who want mobility, flexibility and no compromise productivity. Find out about these great models, win a PC and more by following the directions below.
Join us from 12-1 PT (3-4 ET) on Twitter
- Follow the hashtag #win7tech
- Follow @windows, @kristinalibby, @dellhomeus, @brandonleblanc, @lucasatdellus, @benthepcguy, @daniellaycock, and @windowsblog to make sure you get the whole picture.
- Answer questions Q1-Q5 and include #win7tech in all of your answers.
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Finally, check out the Dell facebook page for a discount on a XPS 14z: http://www.facebook.com/dell#!/dell?sk=app_285994551420572
Note we will only be talking about the outlined topic each week and we will not be answering questions outside those topics. Questions for this week may include: “What’s the best Dell PC to buy this holiday season?” or “What does ‘full feature’ mean on a Dell PC?”