Dell computers will be available in 10,000 Best Buy stores around the world

Dell has long sat near the top when it comes to PC sales in America. Traditionally, Dell only sold direct to consumers with Internet and phone orders only.

More recently, Dell has begun selling its desktop and notebook computers in retail locations like Wal-Mart. This was a way for Dell to gain back some of the profits that it was losing due to falling sales.

Today Dell has announced that it will be selling some of its notebook and desktop computers in more than 900 Best Buy stores across America in the coming weeks. Dell products will be sold in nearly 10,000 Best Buy stores worldwide as part of the new agreement.

“Seeing the latest fashion colors of our Inspiron and XPS notebooks or previewing the ultimate gaming experience on a high-performance system can be an important part of how people shop,” said Michael Tatelman, vice president of sales and marketing for Dell’s global consumer business. “In the next few weeks, people looking to upgrade to a Dell notebook or desktop in the U.S. can visit their local Best Buy to check out and purchase our award-winning line of products.”

Dell products that will be available at Best buy will include the XPS m1330 in white, the Inspiron 1521 in blue and black, and the Inspiron 1420 in black. Dell says its new XPS One will be available via Best Buy as well. Dell desktops coming to Best Buy stores include Inspiron 530, 531, and 531s models. Dell says that other colors and models will be coming in the following months.

Dell has recently announced some new and interesting notebook computers like the XPS m1530 notebook, the big brother to the hot Dell XPS m1330. Dell also announced a special edition notebook recently for World of Warcraft fans called the XPS M1730 World of Warcraft Edition.

"If you can find a PS3 anywhere in North America that's been on shelves for more than five minutes, I'll give you 1,200 bucks for it." -- SCEA President Jack Tretton
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