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Dell has refreshed its stylish XPS 13 line with the latest 7th-generation Intel Core processors, a new color option, and a larger battery, promising up to 22 hours of use from a full charge.
Dell has introduced its latest convertible model for small businesses, the Latitude 13 3000. The laptop will offer top value, but still include features like an SSD and a Windows Hello camera.
You can now get up to 42% off a wide range of desktops, notebooks, tablets and 2-in-1s, including many affordable options - and if you buy a PC for over $699, you'll also get a free 8-inch tablet.
Last night at the PAX West event in Seattle, Dell took the wraps off three new Alienware Windows 10 laptop configurations, coming in at 13, 15 and 17-inches and at a starting price of $899.
Microsoft is currently offering some big savings on a range of Windows 10 PCs - from affordable Dell notebooks, to an Alienware gaming flagship, and HP's ENVY Curved 34 all-in-one desktop.
Six critical security flaws were recently discovered in Dell's Sonicwall Global Management System. The software is used to monitor security network systems and infrastructure inside of enterprises.
After releasing its first technical preview of Azure Stack earlier this year, Microsoft announced that its hybrid cloud product will only run on integrated solutions made by Dell, HPE and Lenovo.
The latest data from Gartner shows that the PC market has continued its overall decline with Apple seeing a big drop. But there are signs things might be better in the next few quarters.
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Dell recently released new BIOS updates for the latest iterations of its XPS 13 and XPS 15 laptops. The updates contain a range of improvements for both devices, but particularly the XPS 15.
Dell has confirmed that its prices are increasing in the UK, as a result of the country's recent decision to exit the European Union, which pushed down the value of pound sterling against the dollar.
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Dell announced today that it would be discontinuing its Android devices, noting the decline in the tablet market. Instead, it will be embracing 2-in-1 PCs, which is the fastest growing segment.
With the proven success of the Microsoft Surface Pro, other vendors are now coming out with their interpretations of a hybrid laptop/tablet. Dell gave us the XPS 12 and we show you how it stacks up.
Dell has unveiled a number of new 2-in-1 devices aimed at all price points. Perhaps the splashiest device is the 17-inch Inspiron 7000 convertible, featuring a Skylake Core CPU and an infrared camera.
We take a look at Dell's latest offering, the XPS 12, and see how it compares to Microsoft's Surface Pro line. Can this be a replacement at home or in the enterprise, or should you look elsewhere?
It's no secret that the PC is no longer the king of the computing world in terms of shipments, but only two vendors of the top five actually managed a small growth, while the others saw a big hit.
Vendor revenue from sales on network, servers and storage infrastructure equipment meant for public and private clouds grew an impressive 21.9% year-over-year in 2015, to $29 billion.
Microsoft has slashed hundreds of bucks off a wide range of desktops, all-in-ones, 2-in-1s, notebooks and more - including many with the latest Intel Skylake processors - from multiple manufacturers.
It's 3/14, and that means it's Pi Day - and Microsoft is celebrating by offering a massive 31.4% discount on select Dell notebooks, including the latest XPS 13 with 6th-gen Intel Skylake processor.
Dell is now shipping updated versions of its 'Project Sputnik' line of laptops that come with Ubuntu pre-installed, which also includes the company's professional-grade Precision laptops.
Microsoft is now offering a new bundle, pairing its $199.99 Surface Dock with the $299 Dell 27 Monitor, which features an ultra-thin bezel - saving buyers $150 on the combined cost of the two items.
Discounts available include $200 off the newest XPS 13 and XPS 15 notebooks; $500 savings on an XPS 8900 tower PC, or an Alienware Echo 15 R2 notebook; and $400 off a 34-inch curved display.
The Venue 8 7000 Series is just 6mm-thick and features ultra-slim bezels, along with depth-sensing Intel RealSense cameras - and it's now available from only $199, down from its launch price of $399.
It's been two years since Dell released the Venue 8 Pro, but now, its successor is available, with a much updated spec that include a Full HD display, LTE connectivity, and Windows 10.
This previous year was terrible for the PC market, with sales seeing their biggest decline on record. The launch of Windows 10 did little to help the market, being a free upgrade.
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Dell takes the wraps off of three of its new portable Latitude computing devices with an impressive lightweight ultrabook and a pair of comparable 2-in-1 PCs.
Dell's UltraSharp 30 OLED is intended primarily for professionals in the creative industries - but whether you want to buy one for your home or the workplace, get ready to hand over just under $5,000.
Dell have revealed their 2016 entry for the budget laptop market. The $199 11" laptop packs decent low end specs in a solid body, chiclet keyboard and well sized trackpad.
Microsoft's 12 Days of Deals is still going on, and today there are some big discounts on Dell hardware, including the company's new XPS 13 and XPS 15 laptops with 'infinity screens'.
Lenovo, Dell and Toshiba have been found to be shipping vulnerable bundleware on their PCs. The software would allow attackers to execute code and commands with system level permissions.
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If you've never taken a PC apart and tried to put it back together, the prospect can be rather daunting, as Neowin's Muhammad Jarir Kanji discovered, when his Dell XPS 15 suddenly began overheating...
According to a Reddit user, some Dell units come with a pre-installed SSL certificate, eDellRoot, that could cause potential for SSL attacks. This is familiar - a year ago, Lenovo had a similar issue.
Alienware sent us a pre-release Steam Machine to start running through the paces ahead of the release date. After using it for the past two weeks, we look at the strengths and weaknesses of the device
Dell has announced the official launch of its new Steam Machine in the UK, priced from £449. The device promises to "extend a traditional PC gaming environment into a console-like experience".
Some tech support reps from Dell and HP have been recommending users to revert back to older versions of Windows, citing glitches in Microsoft's latest operating system.
Dell will be releasing Steam Machine on November 10th, and they sent Neowin a unit to review ahead of the launch. Until then, enjoy some quick impressions and photos of the box.
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Dell's full lineup of Black Friday deals has leaked, and includes savings on Windows 10 PCs, including some of its Alienware line, along with other devices, such as HDTVs and the Xbox One.
The hottest shopping season of the year is coming and many shoppers will be looking for the best deals on new gadgets. A leaked Dell ad for Black Friday shows an impressive $299 Xbox One bundle.
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While Dell and HP have succumbed to the immense popularity of Microsoft's Surface line, Lenovo still sees Microsoft as a competitor and refused to start reselling the device.
Intel and Microsoft are teaming up with Dell, HP and Lenovo to promote their new Windows 10 devices by joining forces in what could be considered one of the largest advertising campaigns to date.
Dell announced it will acquire EMC for $67 billion in cash and stock, in an aim to diversify its markets. EMC is responsible for virtualization software VMware and enterprise cloud software Pivotal.
Updates announced for XPS 12, XPS 13, and XPS 15 to include Intel's latest Core processors as well as major display updates for the XPS 12 and XPS 15 along with some impressive battery claims.
It may end up being one of the largest tech-industry mergers in history and a big change in direction for Dell if it and enterprise vendor EMC can reach an agreement for a full or partial merger.
Microsoft took the tech world by surprise yesterday with the launch of its first laptop, the Surface Book. How does the device hold up against other industry giants? Let's find out.