At Dell, we work to design laptops that bring powerful performance and features, offer personalization options that matter and we’re glad to see someone else recognizes that. What Laptop, a mobile computing magazine for laptops, netbooks and smartphones in the UK, last week announced the winners of their What Laptop Mobile Computing Awards and Dell claimed the top spot in four different categories. We’re proud of these, because the Mobile Computing Awards are solely voted for by What Laptop readers.
It’s been a great year for the Alienware brand, and winning Best Gaming Laptop 2009 for the Alienware M17x is just the cherry on top. According to What Laptop: “With cutting-edge power, a feature-packed specification and a stunning, anodised aluminium chassis, the M17x is not only your favourite gaming laptop of 2009, but maybe the best we’ve yet seen.”
The Studio XPS 16 was recognized for “Delivering some of the most powerful performance on the market, alongside comprehensive storage, HD features and a sleek and stylish design.”
Launched in 2009, it is a huge win for the Adamo by Dell brand to be recognized in this category. According to What Laptop: “Its superior craftsmanship, impressive attention to detail and great usability are only the tip of the iceberg of this stylish ultraportable.”
Our mobile multimedia machine, the Studio 15 was awarded the most notable award of all by the editors of What Laptop themselves: “Rarely does a laptop impress us enough to become the benchmark against which all other machines in its market are measured, but Dell’s Studio 15 is the exception.”
A huge thank-you to everyone who took the time to vote!