Dell's Alienware division is getting ready to launch a new 14-inch gaming notebook according to leaked information posed on a blog that tend to have accurate details of upcoming Dell products and among other things predicted the M17x R3. The same site is also saying that we can expect Dell to launch the updated M11x
It is spring time and Dell has announced what can only be described as its spring collection which is a refresh of its Inpiron R series of notebooks that now features removable display backs, something akin to Nokia's swappable phone covers of the past. Of course there's more to the new line than swappable bits
Dell has had only three Alienware notebooks up for sale for quite some time, but it seems that consumers may be soon able to have a greater variety of choices, thanks to a couple of leaked images. Apparently, hidden in Dell's factories are two more Alienware notebooks in its production line, and they come in
In today's local news, ECS has announced that it has signed an agreement with both Dell and Lexmark which will allow it to serve as a distribution partner for a wide range of products from the aforementioned companies. Read on to find out more.
Leaked documents show Dell has planned for three smartphones (Android and Windows Phone 7) and six tablet devices which are based on Android 3.0 Honeycomb and Windows platform this year and early 2012.
There is no denying that AMD is currently facing yet another rough patch, but it appears that the situation over at the Sunnyvale chip company might be a lot worse than what the company is willing to let on. Apparently, the recent string of departures from AMD's senior executive board has sparked off rumours that
It is a dog-eat-dog world out there where tablets PCs are concerened, and the success of Apple's iPad can only mean one thing: more OEMs are going to get into the game in an attempt to deliver their own 'iPad killer'. And with tablets and slate PCs of all form factors starting to flood the
Dell Singapore held a media lunch today and at the table, the company shows two products that were previously showcased at CES 2011 in Las Vegas last month – Dell Streak 7 Android tablet and Venue Android smartphone. Yes, they are coming to Singapore.
Dell has showcased their new 10-inch Windows 7-based device and business PCs at the recent company's "Dell Means Business" event in San Francisco.
The long-waited Dell Venue, also known as the Thunder in its early development stages, has been given a price tag of US$499. Similar to the Venue Pro, the Venue offers a 1GHz Qualcomm QSD8250 (Snapdragon) CPU and a large 4.1-inch WVGA AMOLED capactive multi-touch screen, but drops the slide-out keypad and runs on Google’s Android
If the grass is always greener on the other side, then it should also be common knowledge that the bridge is always sandier on the other side as well, especially where Intel’s processors are concerned. And thanks to Dell, business users now have the option to ‘upgrade’ their bridges with more sand, courtesy of the
At the CES 2011, Dell introduced their new range of consumer products which include the Streak 7 4G tablet, Venue smartphone, as well as XPS laptop and Alienware gaming systems with Full high definition (HD) 3D displays.
With multitouch being such a huge deal on smartphones and mobile Internet devices, it should be no surprise that developers and OEMs are keen to put that same functionality on a desktop PC where possible. And at least one OEM thinks that desktop multitouch is a good idea: Dell has just updated its product page
Dell has acquired Alienware, known for their high-end gaming PCs, few years ago, and for this festive season, the company has held an inaugural regional gaming competition in Asia for gamers to compete for the title of Asia champion.
Just a couple of weeks ago, a few laptops from Acer, Gateway and Lenovo running Sandy Bridge were discovered. Today, we are seeing another Sandy Bridge laptop, the Dell Alienware M17x refresh. The updated model sports an Intel Core i7-2720QM 2.2GHz quad core processor and AMD Mobility Radeon HD 6900 graphics, and notches up a score
Now that the the smartphone and the slate-PC market is chock-full with offerings from all kinds of OEMs keen to get a slice of the rapidly-dwindling pie, what is an OEM like Dell to do in such a late stage of the competition? That’s right: you take the best aspects of both devices, combine them
Consumer demand has reached a state where it is no longer sufficient for an all-in-one PC to just eliminate cable nightmares and desktop area wastage. In addition, users are starting to want more powerful all-in-one machines which can serve as a versatile entertainment machine. VR-Zone puts Dell’s recently-launched Inspiron One 2310 all-in-one desktop PC under the scalpel
Designed with the needs and wants of on-the-go entrepreneurs in mind, the Vostro V130 combines head-turning style with best-of-breed durability and security. The Vostro V130 is one of the thinnest and lightest ultraportable 13-inch laptops available and includes color options Lucerne Red and Aberdeen Silver. Constructed from sturdy aluminum and reinforced with zinc hinges and
Delivering on its promise to offer the best in next-generation entertainment, Dell has added the Inspiron One 2310, an all-in-one desktop, to its range of award-winning Inspiron machines. The Inspiron One 2310 is a sleek desktop featuring a full high-definition (1080p) 23-inch LED-backlit LCD display, built-in Wi-Fi, webcam, DVD drive and HDMI interface for connecting
Yesterday, Dell Asia Pacific held an event in Singapore to announce the latest XPS laptops. Come in 14- and 15-inch screen sizes, the XPS incorporate JBL speakers and powerful Nvidia graphics to provide high-definition entertainement to home users. But that’s not all, we also saw the Dell Streak Android tablet and Dell Venue Pro Windows Phone 7.