In addition to the M2010 LapDeskTop that confused us to no end, Dell's released two new products in their XPS line.
The XPS 700 is a higher-end gaming desktop, with a silver finish and air-conditioning-vent-like front. Comes with either Pentium Extreme Edition Dual Core, Pentium D Dual Core, or Pentium 4 with HyperThreading. NVIDIA nForce 590 SLI, up to three 500 GB hard disks and up to 4 GB of DDR2 memory round out the package.
Their XPS M1210 laptop has a Core Duo T2600 (2.16Ghz) processor and up to 4 GB of DDR2 memory. It has a 12.1" widescreen display and a 256 MB NVIDIA GeForce Go 7400. Not as powerful as the desktop, of course, but should be enough for gaming on the go.
What's interesting about these two models is Dell struck a deal with Skype to bundle Skype's software with all three (including the M2010) systems. Skype's popular enough now, but if they're starting to get bundled with OEM computers, they may be the de-facto VoIP solution soon.
M1210 Laptop [Dell Product Page]
XPS 700 Desktop [Dell Product Page]