Dell Studio Hybrid mini PCs released

Posted on Wednesday, July 30 2008 @ 1:00 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Dell officially released its small Studio Hybrid desktop computers. These systems are about 80 percent smaller than standard desktops and use 70% less power. The Studio Hybrid is Dell's greenest PC and the firm says the system is made from 95% recyclable materials and features a PSU with a 87% efficiency.
More flexible than a typical PC, the Dell Studio Hybrid is an anywhere-you-want-it-desktop. Our smallest desktop, it looks great in the living room, on the desk, or anywhere else space is at a premium. And because sleeves are available in 6 colors or Bamboo, you know it’ll match your sense of style. Plus, it uses energy-efficient Intel Core 2 Duo Mobile Processors, so you can enjoy its power while helping to preserve the planet.
The cheapest Dell Hybrid PC is available for $499. For that price you get a Hybrid PC with a Intel Pentium T2390 1.86GHz processor, 1GB DDR2 667MHz memory, Intel X3100 integrated graphics, 160GB 5400RPM HDD, a 8x slot load DVD burner, 5.1 audio and Windows Vista Home Basic SP1.

The Hybrid PC is available in six colors and there's also a special bamboo edition but that will cost you an additional $130.





More info at Dell.




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