Dell plans to make its two laptop lines more distinct in the second half of 2004, a move that could better suit its products to a growing customer base.
Today, roughly 60 percent of Dell’s corporate Latitude mobile computers are internally identical to its consumer-oriented Inspiron line, with only cosmetic differences. But next year, that overlap will be reduced “significantly,” spokeswoman Anne Camden said at a media event Sunday at the Comdex trade show. (full story)
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