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Chris Maunder11-Jun-21 4:28
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I've tried the latitudes and found them too clunky for travel. Everyone else seems to be able to create a thin and light laptop, so why must I move up to the clunker? Underneath it's still the same silicon, and on top it's still the same marketing and poor experience choices.

I never understood Dell's insistence in having their business development team handle the UX of their site. Instead of "let's show you something amazing" as the first thing you see, it's "Are you using this for Office or Home". err...both?

Inspiron, Latitude, XPS, etc etc. Iterations to suit price points developed against business metrics instead of focusing on the consumer.
cheers
Chris Maunder

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