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Is Dell thinking of competing with Apple iPhone?

Chief Executive of Dell Inc, Michael Dell has stated Dell may at some time in the future sell a mobile device which could compete with the Apple iPhone 3G, but he is not planning to enter that market as yet.

While at an investment conference in New York on Wednesday, Michael Dell said: “I think you will see us with small screen devices.”

Speaking at the CiTi Technology Conference in New York, he added…“You’ll see us with smaller and smaller devices that have capabilities of the devices you are referring to. Not in the near-term.”

So what do you think? Could Dell come up with a competitor for Apple’s iPhone 3G?

Source — Yahoo.com

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2 thoughts on “Is Dell thinking of competing with Apple iPhone?”

  1. Reply
    Bob Dole says:

    To answer your question: I think if Dell were to make a small phone and sell it publicly, it would indeed be competition for the iphone. Unless Dell only sells it in markets where the iphone is not sold, then well it probably would not be competition, but that is just my opinion. And my opinion is fact according to my economics books about competition and markets.
    So you should listen to me.

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    hardmanb says:

    When will America’s technology giants learn to define their own missions and competencies and do what they do well, delivering a superior consumer product and service…

    instead of just copying Apple, whom they (wrongfully) stated would fail. Trying to catch a train that has already left the station is a recipe for massive corporate failure.

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