Dell ceases netbook sales

News

Dell ceases netbook sales
New focus for computer giant.
Dell is set to shift focus from smaller, less powerful netbooks to thinner and more powerful Ultrabooks. The company has removed the consumer Inspiron Mini netbooks from its online store, but the more business orientated Latitude netbooks are still available for now. While the netbook-tablet hybrid, the Inspiron Duo, is currently unavailable, Dell has stated that this will be restocked.

Dell's Marketing Director Alison Gardner explained the shift away from netbooks by stating that "thin and powerful is where it is at for us." This is a very clear indication that Dell is going to focus on the more premium, high-end models. It will be interesting to see what Dell unveils in 2012.


Source: link
Dell ceases netbook sales on ClickOnline.com
Tags:  , ,
About this author

mark@clickonline.com
Staff Writer
Recent Articles by this author
30 October, 2014
The PlayStation Plus edition of Driveclub has been delayed “until further notice,”...
30 October, 2014
Lenovo today completed the acquisition of Motorola Mobility for $2.91 billion, which...
30 October, 2014
Apple CEO Tim Cook publicly addressed his sexuality for the first time, saying that...
30 October, 2014
We’ve good news and bad news. The good news is that YouTube is now capable...