Dell’s desktop computers have been the most sought after computers around the holiday season for quite some time now, this time around, Apple takes the lead.
Dell have officially announced the existence of two more models in the Ultrasharp series of 4K monitors, taking aim at both consumers and business professionals.
With still more than a week to go until Thanksgiving and Black Friday, Microsoft has jumped the gun and revealed some of the promos it will offer through its online store starting at midnight ET on November 28.
Fully focused on Windows 8-based computing machines after ditching RT not long ago, Dell has at last started accepting pre-orders for the first ever XPS 11 convertible and the follow-up to the more conventional 2012 XPS 13 ultrabook.
The Windows 8.1 tablet arena is starting to get crowded, as Dell’s sizzling hot and not-so-pricey Venue 11 Pro is up for grabs stateside on pre-orders.
Dell sure made an unexpected comeback to the Android manufacturing business with the Venue 7 and Venue 8 budget-friendly tablets, but that’s not all the Texans have in store for portable PC lovers this fall.
Dell announced that it is getting back into the tablet segment by offering the Venue 7 and Venue 8 Android tablets.
Following a painful, brutal first year, the tables appeared to be finally turning for Microsoft’s experimental Windows RT platform, courtesy of a new, considerably upgraded Surface RT and the unexpected keeping of the old 10.6-inch tab in the company’s product line-up for a $350 price point.
Dell’s fall from grace in the PC market has been as abrupt as painful, seeing the once leading company’s market share drop with 5 points between 2006 and 2012 and sales numbers catastrophically collapse.
Windows 8.1 fall tablet roadmap includes 10-incher from Dell, Surface Mini, updated Acer W3 and more
Following what can be kindly described as a middling first wave of Windows 8 and RT-based tablets, most tech-savvy folks probably expected Microsoft and its partners to dial it up a notch come the fall of 2013. Or at least be a little wary about their prospects in a very competitive world.
Dell to escape the ‘tyranny of the shareholder’ and go private in $25-billion deal. The restructured company will focus on providing high-margin enterprise products and services.
Despite Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 update being still over one month away from its official release, the tablets and hybrid devices running on the new OS have started trickling in.
Dell’s double digit profit collapse shows nobody is safe from the declining PC market.
Dell is joining the many other companies currently investing into wearable technology, but with Google almost ready to ship, perhaps it’s already too late to join in.
Dell refreshes its 2012 lineup with new internals based on Intel’s newest 4th generation Core processors based on Haswell microarchitecture. The refresh hits their XPS 8500 desktop, the XPS 27 all-in-one and XPS 12 Ultrabook. After already having unveiled its Lenovo Yoga inspired XPS 11 yesterday, Dell has announced the refresh of its existing products
Min-Liang Tan has come out to say he’s not happy with where PC is going, especially with Windows, HP and Dell
After working for Silver Lake on a deal to buy out Dell, Todd Morgenfeld has now left the company to work for one of Dell’s rivals, HP.
Dell's ambitious Project Ophelia, a USB dongle that gives any compatible device access to Android 4.0 or higher, finally has a release a date of this Summer, in July. It will run you about $100.
A leaked roadmap from Dell indicates that they have two ultrabooks in the works (among other things). Both are slated to launch this Summer.
According to a report by PC management service Soluto, the best performing Windows laptop in a recent test was a MacBook Pro, created by Microsoft's arch-rival Apple.