9.7 millimeter bezel with full Adobe RGB color space
During its media event at CES this year, Dell announced its intentions to bring consumers into the era of 8K displays and video playback by introducing what it claims is the industry’s first 32-inch UltraSharp Full UHD display at the price of a small arm or unused leg.
Half the price of Surface Studio at $1,500
During Dell’s media event at CES 2017, the company showed off the 27-inch Dell Canvas smart workspace, an input device complete with digital pens and totems that gives creative types a more seamless workflow.
Impressively thin looks and good specifications
Dell has kicked off the CES 2017 show with an XPS 13 2-in-1 notebook but the new 27-inch Ultrathin monitor with InfinityEdge technology has certainly caught a lot of attention on the show floor.
Makes it a 2-in-1 convertible device
Just a few hours after it has been leaked online via Dell's own product page, the company has officially announced the new XPS 13 notebook, which has now become a 2-in-1 convertible device that can be used in standard notebook-, tablet-, stand- and tent modes.
Company's latest notebooks have most support
According to Taiwan-based supply chain sources, Dell has become the leading vendor of Windows Hello biometric security solutions for business-oriented notebooks, tablets and 2-in-1 convertible devices.
Intel Kaby Lake CPUs and Nvidia GTX 1050 GPU
Dell has accidentally revealed its upcoming XPS 15 notebook update that will be getting a fresh hardware boost with Intel's Kaby Lake CPUs, Nvidia Geforce GTX 1050 GPU, fingerprint scanner, Windows Hello and Killer Wi-Fi networking.
It has been rumored that Dell is working on a PC class x86 Windows smartphone, but it looks like a picture has finally tipped up, just as the project was abandoned.
PC innovation enters new era
Microsoft's Surface Studio has been getting much praise for its innovative design, and while Apple is slow to copy it, Dell has pushed out its own version which looks rather nice.
Intel might get into play a "get out of jail free" card
Intel might get the $1.4 billion anti-trust fine it paid to the EU in 2009 back after a top European Union judge recommended that the case be reviewed.