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Dell was founded in 1984 by Michael Dell - which is where the name of the company was derived from. Dell started its business as a small humble beginning under the name PC's Limited in a dorm-room; Dell sold computers built from stock parts that were IBM PC-compatible at that time. A year later, the company made and sold their own computer, the Turbo PC which retailed for $759 USD at that time. As Dell grew, Michael Dell invited in Lee Walker, an experienced venture capitalist who would become his mentor and Dell's chief operating officer.
Dell today has come a very long way from the small humble beginning that was PC's Limited. Today Dell is one of the largest computer vendors and technology corporations in the world. It is also very well acknowledged for its direct sales to consumes from their website all throughout the world, bringing convenience and efficiency straight to their customers doorstep. Dell also thrives on their specialty of providing "built-to-order" computers to their customers needs; a customer can visit the Dell website and then select options and specifications that best suit their needs and then confirm their purchase.
No computer vendor in the world would be complete without even putting a toe into the gaming scene. For Dell, this scene takes the form of Alienware. Alienware is a company that does computer products that are made with gaming in mind. They are unique as their design tends to have very alien and science fiction themes, hence their name Alienware. Even their product names have the alien and science fiction theme, like the Alienware Area-51 desktop computer.
Alienware started off as a separate company, but was then acquired by Dell in 2006. Alienware has since then become Dell's own gaming line of computer devices such as gaming laptops and gaming desktop computers. It is also because of this acquisition that we can enjoy Dell Malaysia's Alienware's awesome gaming products from all around the world as Dell help Alienware to better expand globally and also to develop products much better at lower operating costs.
- Direct to consumer sales. Let's face it: how many times have you purchased something from a middle man or a reseller, and then realized that they don't really know what they are doing. Or to put it simply: they are not as professional as you would like. Dell's direct to consumers sales via their website lets customers deal directly with Dell themselves! Nothing better than to actually deal with the company of the product than to go through a reseller of a product who doesn't quite give you the service. By dealing directly with Dell, you can be assured that the service will be top notch!
- Need a laptop which has good-enough performance and a big large hard disk drive (HDD) or solid state drive (SSD)? Can't seem to find a company that sells a laptop with the exact specifications you want? Dell gives you that option to choose. With the built-to-order type of concept, Dell is able to cater to users of all kinds of use. Desktop and laptop computers are all able to be made to a specification desired by the customer.
- Dell caters to two customer bases, both business and home users. They know what you need for your business, and they very well know what to provide you for your home computer uses too. Their family of work computers include the Dell Vostro and Dell Latitude line; and for their home computers, they include the Dell Inspiron and Dell XPS laptops, and of course lets not forget the Alienware line too.
The wide range of Dell laptop computers, spanning different lines with their own unique names and specialty.
- Dell's work horse. If there was an army of laptops, there would ne no doubts that the Dell Inspiron laptops would be the main force. Inspiron laptops come in three different types, the 3000 series; the 5000 series; and the 7000 series. The laptops are all versatile for a combination of work and play. With Dell's build-to-order feature, you can also customize the specification of an Inspiron laptop to suit your use further.
- If the Inspiron's the main force, the lieutenants are the Dell Vostro laptops. Meant to be ultraportable laptops secured with a fingerprint scanner, the Dell Vostro laptops are for the business users who need an ultraportable laptop that also packs a mean punch when the tasks requires it. They are also designed to be very slim and professional looking, to ensure your laptop fit nicely in a working environment - oh, let us not forget, it packs a built-in subwoofer so your music can have that little more bass.
- Quite possibly the most awesome thing ever: the world's smallest laptop packed with Dell's very own InfinityEdge display, a quad-HD display that minimizes the screen bezels to make it virtually look like the screen is borderless for maximum viewing. The XPS line of laptops are made to be high performance machines built into sleek premium laptop bodies.
- Quite similar to the Dell Vostro in ultimatum - it is built for business use, but the Latitude does away with all kinds of "cool must haves" and goes for the functional side of things. With a few different series like the Inspiron, the Dell Latitude has many different specifications for many different uses - perhaps you just need a secure device to store and do your accounting, or maybe you are a designer who needs a little bit more power and some portability; regardless, the Dell Latitude is a secure and capable device for business needs.
- The big guns. The cavalry. The support. The striker. Alienware laptops and desktops are the ones you call on when you need to get a lot of heavy lifting done in stylish fashion. With only the best of the best in hardware specifications packed into state-of-the-art unique designs like the Area 51 desktop, Alienware computers are serious about having fun with games. Cool LED lighting? Check. Eye-catching design? Check. Awesome graphical performance? Check. Alienware devices are everything a gamer could ask for in a computer.