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Dell's monstrous new laptop

Salvance (1014001) writes | more than 7 years ago

Portables 0

After years of shrinking laptops to the point where they were almost unusable, laptop manufacturers now seem to be engaged in a race to sell laptops with ever larger screens. The biggest of these machines, the Dell XPS M2010, boasts a jaw dropping 20.1" screen and a weighs a monstrous 18.3 lbs. The reviewers After years of shrinking laptops to the point where they were almost unusable, laptop manufacturers now seem to be engaged in a race to sell laptops with ever larger screens. The biggest of these machines, the Dell XPS M2010, boasts a jaw dropping 20.1" screen and a weighs a monstrous 18.3 lbs. The reviewers love the machine's performance, but are a little less impressed by its heft.

Check out this somewhat humorous review of what happened when a CNET reviewer lugged this 'laptop' around the terrorism-sensitive London public transportation system. This laptop even has a built-in handle ... I wonder if the next generation of portables will be so large that they come with a built-in hand cart.

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