Call it the DellBook Pro. The latest update to Dell’s bestselling 15″ laptop now uses the latest Intel Kaby Lake CPUs, has a larger battery and gives you the option to upgrade to an NVIDIA GTX 1050 GPU, 4K touchscreen, up to 1TB SSD, and 32GB RAM. Price starts at $999.
We’ve been on the hunt for a laptop that could keep up with the daily demands of creating The Awesomer. Thanks to its powerful 6th-gen Intel core i7 CPU, insanely sharp 15″ 4K display, and great build quality, the 2016 Dell XPS 15 is our officially our machine of choice.
Dell’s XPS line has reached its white swan moment. The new XPS 13 is a stunner, with thin bezels on its 1080p display and carbon fiber on its case. It lasts up to 15h per charge and has a 3200×1800 touchscreen upgrade option.
The 15.6â€ M4600 and the 17.3â€ M6600 workstations have fast Intel Core i7 CPUs, up to 32GB of RAM, Nvidia Quadro GPUs and more, encased in a rigid and durable aluminum and magnesium alloy case.
Dell’s convertible is now available. Runs touch-friendly Stage software in tablet mode and Windows 7 in netbook mode. Has a dual-core Atom CPU, 2GB RAM, Bluetooth, and Wireless b/g/n.
Unveiled at the Intel Developer Forum, the Inspiron Duo is an Atom-powered netbook running Windows 7. Oh and also its 10-inch screen can be swiveled 180 degrees, turning the device into a tablet.
Dell’s Android-based 5-inch mini-tablet is official. The Streak will include a capacitive multitouch 800×480 display, Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity, GPS navigation, a 5MP camera and 16GB of memory.
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