Dell has rolled out a new lineup of Inspiron laptops and all-in-one desktops, spanning a wide array of screen sizes and space categories. Their new Inspiron laptops have thinner, lighter builds with a “brilliant” touch display. The all-in-one desktops hold 20 and 23-inch screens as well as a revamped form factor.
Toshiba has introduced some new laptops today, among them being three new Satellite offerings: the Satellite S55, Satellite S75, and the Satellite E45. With these laptops, which launch in the end of June, come a redesign targeted towards power users that is both thinner and better looking.
Alongside the new AiO, Lenovo has introduced several new laptops across multiple series, expanding its offerings for those who want a general purpose or business laptop. The B and G Series laptops are set to arrive in July starting at $399 USD, while the Z Series will start at $579 USD and will kick off next month.
Back when Apple was a new company in the computer market, it needed third party retailers to get its products to the masses. This was decades before Apple was the retail juggernaut that it is today with its own fancy and efficient retail stores around the country. The very first batch of Apple computers went to a retail store in Minneapolis called Team Electronics.