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Dell Latitude 12 Rugged Tablet

With tablets becoming a popular device people use daily, it will only be a matter of time when people expect it to be versatile enough to be used just about anywhere. Of course, people can bring along their tablets everywhere they go. But not all of them can withstand certain environmental conditions just yet. Some tablets are still considered as delicate and sensitive devices. It is a good thing that people may now have a choice with new devices like the Dell Latitude 12 Rugged Tablet. Dell Latitude 12 Rugged Tablet is built to last and able to stand the rugged conditions that some other tablets may not. It is designed for use by people who expect great performance in a tablet even in the worst of conditions. This rugged tablet can survive drops of up to four feet, survive sand, dust and water spills as well as work under extreme temperatures. Its 11.6 inch Direct-View HD display can be clearly viewed even in the outdoors free from glare and reflections. The screen is also designed to enable multi-touch features even when users are wearing gloves. The Dell Latitude 12 Rugged Tablet comes with the efficient 5th Gen Intel Core M processor, up to 512GB of solid state storage and up to 12 hours of battery life with its pair of 2-cell batteries. The Dell Latitude 12 Rugged Tablet is expected to be available by the end of July. Pricing for this rugged tablet is expected to start around $1,600. Image Source: Engadget Read More

Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook

The recent CES 20 15 has led to many new gadgets. There are the usual gadget makers who introduced new models of their popular devices. Dell has also gotten in to the mix by introducing its new Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook for the gadget-savvy masses. The new Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook comes with features improved over from the previous XPS ultrabook. With the new Dell XPS 13, you can have a 13-inch display with the thinnest bezel yet for the XPS line of ultrabooks. In fact, Dell says it has the world's first virtually borderless infinity display. You can also get to choose from the basic Intel Core i3, i5 or i7 processor to power your XPS 13. This ultrabook also comes with either 4GB to 8GB if internal memory and with a choice of a 128GB or a 256GB solid-state drive. The new Dell XPS 13 runs on a Windows 8.1 OS. It also comes equipped with the Intel HD Graphics 5500 video card and feature WiFi as well as Bluetooth connectivity. The high-end models also feature a touch screen display. The new Dell XPS 13 also comes with a 52WHr, 4-cell battery that is good for up to 15 hours of use on a full charge. This ultrabook comes with a carbon fiber body that allows it to be light, slim and yet quite durable. At 2.6 pounds for the basic model and 2.8 pounds for the touch screen version, it may not be the lightest ultrabook around. However, it sure is one of the easiest to carry around. The new Dell XPS 13 is expected to come out in middle to late January. But it is now available for pre-order at the Dell site. The basic XPS 13 model is expected to go for around $800 while the high-end touch screen display version can go as high as $1,600 with improved specs. Image Source: Dell Read More

Dell Precision M2800 notebook: Low-priced pro performance

It is so hard to pass on a workstation with pro-level performance for the fraction of the price of actual pro notebooks. The Dell Precision M2800 is a 15-inch notebook with your choice of Core i5 and i7 processors, 2GB AMD FirePro W4170M GPU, up to 16GB of built-in memory, and up to 1TB of storage. With all those high-end specs, price starts at a measly $1,199. At that low price, some features needed to be sacrificed. For one, its base screen resolution is on the low side at 1366 x 768. While you can upgrade it to 1080p quality, opting for a better screen would only amp up the price and by that time you should've bought similar pro notebooks with hi-res screens. If a low-res screen is a deal breaker, you can choose the Dell Precision M4800, which can be configured with a 3200 x 1800 screen at twice the price. The Dell Precision M2800 will be available this spring. Source: Engadget Read More

Microsoft names Satya Nadella as new CEO

The Microsoft board of directors has chosen a long-time employee as the next CEO to lead the company. Satya Nadella, age 46, is the company's third CEO in its 39-year history, replacing Steve Ballmer who announced his retirement recently. The Washington-based software giant has also found a new chairman in John Thompson, Microsoft's lead independent director. Thompson replaces Bill Gates, who still remains a member of the board and assumes the title of "founder and technology advisor." "During this time of transformation, there is no better person to lead Microsoft than Satya Nadella," said Gates in a press statement. Reception about the news has been positive, with Microsoft's shares up 0.3% to $36.58 in early trading. Satya Nadella has been with Microsoft for over two decades, rising wihin the ranks until heading the company's enterprise and cloud divisions. These business units have performed favorable, so Microsoft is banking on Nadella's business savvy to reverse its downward spiral. Zynga CEO Don Mattrick, who headed Microsoft's Xbox division until July last year, has nothing but praises to Nadella. "It will be very interesting to see what he does. It's a transition for Microsoft, in what it intends to do for its growth agenda." The new Microsoft CEO will be heading the company in the age where mobile computing has become the norm, shifting the balance unfavorably against Microsoft. "The opportunity ahead for Microsoft is vast, but to seize it, we must focus clearly, move faster and continue to transform. A big part of my job is to accelerate our ability to bring innovative products to our customers more quickly," Nadella in a prepared statement. It has been a struggle for Microsoft lately when it comes to relevance. The company has been deemed too slow to develop exciting consumer products, something Ballmer has been criticized about as he insisted on milking Microsoft's legacy Windows operating system at the time when the Internet, as well as mobile and cloud computing, were on the rise. Source: USA Today Image source: Stephen Brashear/ ASSOCIATED PRESS Read More

Dell Venue tablets unveiled

Dell formally introduced through a pop-up event in New York City its latest tablets, while resurrecting a product line in the process. The Dell Venue used to be reserved for one of its smartphones and now it is being revived as a new line of three tablets: Venue 7, Venue 8, and Venue 8 Pro. All the new tablets run on Windows 8.1 and sport Intel's quad-core Bay Trail Atom processor. The Dell Venue 7 and Venue 8 feature HD IPS display and "impressive" battery life. Meanwhile, the Venue 8 Pro (pictured) comes pre-loaded with Microsoft Office 2013 Home and Student edition and has the ability to run all of Microsoft's pre-Windows 8 apps. The productivity-focused tablet also works with an optional Dell Active Stylus, which goes for $35. The Dell Venue 7 starts at $150, while the Venue 8 costs at least $180. The Venue 8 Pro, meanwhile, is priced for at least $300, making it one of the lowest-priced 8-inch Windows 8.1 tablets in the market. All tablets are now available in the United States and select markets. An upcoming addition to the line, the Dell Venue 11 Pro, is slated for release next month. Source: Dell Read More

Dell Latitude 7000: Ultrabooks for business users

Dell introduces its latest ultrabook for its enterprise clientele. The Dell Latitude 7000 is being tagged as the "world's most secure ultrabook," combining its consumer-oriented XP3 13 with features the guys from the IT department would love. Unlike many enterprise ultrabooks, the Dell Latitude 7000 has a thinner and lighter profile, weighing just below three pounds and merely 0.79 inch thin. The guys at Dell made sure this ultrabook would not only perform efficiently out of the box, but even five years from now. This ultrabook comes with a fingerprint reader, smart card support, and WiGig compatibility (allowing the Latitude 7000 to connect into a work station wirelessly). It also features loads of security features like the Dell Data Protection, which encrypts data to ultra-high FIPS 140-2 standard, and Protected Workspace that defends against zero-day attacks from newly-created malware. Starting at $1,049, the Dell Latitude 7000 comes with various configuration options. For one, you can choose between a 12.5- and 14-inch screen size. You can also opt for its most premium configuration: up to 8GB RAM, full HD resolution (1,920 x 1,080), an Intel Core i7 processor, up to 256GB of SSD, and a touch screen. There is also an option for non-touch screen, as well as a 500GB hard disk for the 14-inch model. If you find the Dell Latitude 7000 way too advanced for your liking, the company also offers Latitude 5000 and Latitude 3000 series of laptops. The 5000 series has the same security benefits as the 7000, but with bulkier and heavier build. Meanwhile, the 3000 series is geared toward the education market. Its price starts at $549 and does not have the same security features as the 7000. Both series come in 14- and 15.6-inch models. The Dell Latitude 7000 and 3000 series will be available on retail beginning September 12, while the 5000 series roll out a month later. Source: Mashable Read More

Dell Reveals Touch-Based Inspiron Laptops

Dell announced on CES that the company is giving its laptop category an overhaul as it introduces new models and features on both budget and mainstream Inspiron laptops. These new laptops come with new processors, thinner design, and an optional touch capability. The value-price Inspiron line are being updated a new batch of thinner, lighter laptops. The three new models--namely Inspiron 14-3421, Inspiron 15-3521, and the Inspiron 17-3721 (the first two digits indicating its screen size)--now weigh under five pounds and are a little under an inch in thickness. Despite the smaller build, all of the features seen before in these notebooks are still there, including an optical drive, all encased in matte plastic. The 17-inch Inspiron 17-3721 is also given a specs boost. Its screen resolution is now up to a clearer 1600 x 900; it also has a HD webcam that can record videos in 720p quality; as well as an Intel WiDi to let you stream HD video content wirelessly to your TV. All three budget notebooks also get updated Intel processors, your choice of NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M or AMD Radeon HD 8730M GPUs, and an optional touchscreen capability, perfect for Windows 8. The touchscreen configurations give the new Dell laptops 10-finger tracking and enhanced gesture support. (And just to be clear, these devices do not convert into a tablet.) Dell's mainstream Inspiron laptops are also getting an upgrade. The new models of Dell Inspiron R series (pictured)--the Inspiron 14R-5421, Inspiron 15R-5521, and the Inspiron 17R-5721--come with updated processors, optional graphics chips, and optional touch configurations. The Inspiron R laptops are now dressed up with brushed aluminum casings in your choice of blue, dark gray, red, and pink, apart from the default unpainted light gray. No word yet on when it will be available and at what cost. Source: PC Magazine Read More

Dell XPS 12 Hybrid PC

The computer market is currently undergoing a relative change in direction. With more and more people preferring portability and mobile computing on the go, makers are trying to develop devices that adhere to the new established standards. And with experts saying that the typical desktop PC is slowly fading into obscurity, it is the portable computing devices that will also be taking over in due time. And with this, some of the companies today who were once leaders in the desktop market are slowly putting their focus more on mobile computing. This shift in direction has led Dell to offer new mobile computing devices such as this unique Dell XPS 12 Hybrid computer. The Dell XPS 12 Hybrid PC is a convertible laptop that comes with a unique design- a flip hinge screen. This designed allows users to switch from a full featured laptop to a full featured touchscreen tablet easily. The Dell XPS 12 runs on the new Window s 8 OS ad comes with a Full HD display with 90 percent more pixels than a standard HD display. The Dell XPS 12 Hybrid PC is currently available for pre-order at Dell. Prices for this unique hybrid PC start at US$1200. Image Source: Dell Read More

Dell XPS 10 Tablet Hybrid

Tablet hybrids are fast becoming a more common sight nowadays. While there is still not a lot of them around, the market for tablet and laptop hybrids seem to be becoming even more interesting with people looking for that next hot gadget. In terms of approach, the newly announced Dell XPS 10 Tablet Hybrid may be following a different tune than the rest. Dell has recently announced one of its new products in the form of the XPS 10 Tablet Hybrid. As with most tablet hybrids today, this tablet also acts as a convenient laptop with its own QWERTY keyboard to use with. But it is in the approach that Dell XPS 10 Tablet Hybrid aims to stand out. While most device makers try to create a hybrid that works primarily as a laptop with tablet features, the Dell XPS 10 Hybrid is designed the other way around. It is a tablet hybrid because laptop functions have been added into it. It comes with a detachable keyboard that easily converts it either into a tablet or into a notebook. One other evidence that the Dell XPS 10 is designed primarily as a tablet first and a laptop second can be seen on the type of OS it uses. The new Dell XPS 10 comes pre-loaded with a lighter Windows RT OS. The new Dell XPS 10 also features an ARM processor and comes with a keyboard dock for some more convenient and classic typing practice. A long battery life ensures that users can have hours and hours of fun using the tablet hybrid. But it is just as ready to serve as a capable computing device when work calls up. The Dell XPS 10 Tablet Hybrid was just recently introduced in the market. And it certainly will capture the imagination of its users, knowing that this is a tablet that doubles as a laptop, and not the other way around. Prices and availability of this device is yet to be officially known. Image Source: Dell Read More

Dell Streak 10 Pro Tablet to Debut in China

Dell has announced that its upcoming Streak 10 Pro tablet will be launched first in China this summer. Dell's Vice President for mobile devices John Thode points to several "inhibitors and barriers to success" as its reasons why the tablet device would not debut in the United States where the company is based. These so-called inhibitors include mobile carriers dictating pricing models, which Thode says stifle the adoption of tablets. The Dell Streak 10 Pro features a 10-inch screen with 1,280 x 800 resolution, an edge-to-edge glass surface, Android Honeycomb, NVIDIA Tegra dual-core processor, two cameras, a SD card slot, and 1080p video playback capability. A separate dock would allow the tablet to serve as a USB host, while its connectivity functions would expand to HDMI and Ethernet apart from USB. But don't fret, America. The Streak 10 Pro will arrive in The Land of the Free by 2012, by that time with a newer version of Android. Source: Dell, via Engadget Read More

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