Recently Expired Dell Coupons
Founded in 1984 as PC’s Limited by Michael Dell, in which the company was later eponymously renamed, they sold IBM PC compatible computers in his dormitory room at the University of Texas at Austin.
The company is known for its innovations in supply chain management and e-commerce, particularly its direct-sales model and its “build-to-order” or “configure to order” approach to manufacturing—delivering individual PCs configured to customer specifications.
Products and brands:
Dell marketed specific brand names to different market segments.
Its Business/Corporate class brands were focused on long life-cycles, reliability, and serviceability. Such brands include:
OptiPlex (office desktop computer systems)
Dimension (home desktop computer systems)
Vostro (office/small business desktop and notebook systems)
n Series (desktop and notebook computers shipped with Linux or FreeDOS installed)
Latitude (business-focused notebooks)
Precision (workstation systems and high-performance notebooks),
PowerEdge (business servers)
PowerVault (direct-attach and network-attached storage)
Force10 (network switches)
PowerConnect (network switches)
Dell Compellent (storage area networks)
EqualLogic (enterprise class iSCSI SANs)
Dell Electronic Medical Records Solutions (EMR)
Dell’s Home Office/Consumer class brands were focused on value, performance, and expandability. These brands included:
Inspiron (budget desktop and notebook computers)
XPS (high-end desktop and notebook computers)
Alienware (high-performance gaming systems)
Venue (Tablets Android / Windows)
Dell’s Peripherals class included USB keydrives, LCD televisions, and printers; Dell monitors includes LCD televisions, plasma TVs and projectors for HDTV and monitors. Dell UltraSharp is further a high-end brand of monitors.
Discontinued products and brands included Axim (PDA; discontinued April 9, 2007), Dimension (home and small office desktop computers; discontinued July 2007), Dell Digital Jukebox (MP3 player; discontinued August 2006), Dell PowerApp (application-based servers), and Dell Optiplex (desktop and tower computers previously supported to run server and desktop operating systems).