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Author Topic: How Frank Azor helped create the Dell XPS line  (Read 1011 times)

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How Frank Azor helped create the Dell XPS line
« on: April 24, 2018, 03:57:59 »
Historically, when you think of Dell, you think conservative, “me too,” PC notebook designs. That changed with the debut of the stunning, but short-lived, Adamo range — and the arrival of Frank Azor among Dell’s ranks.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/How-Frank-Azor-helped-create-the-Dell-XPS-line.300750.0.html

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Re: How Frank Azor helped create the Dell XPS line
« Reply #1 on: April 24, 2018, 06:40:02 »
Frank Azor...legendary status...surely not, Alienware notebooks have taken a major downturn since their last truly great line which was of the era of the M17xR4 back in about 2012 - nowadays they're gimped/castrated non-enthusiast machines designed to fleece your wallet with none of the benefits!  They used to be special, but not anymore.

 

 
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