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Dell’s new rugged Windows tablet is tough enough for any conditions

Dell’s new rugged Windows tablet is tough enough for any conditions

Dell has just debuted the first tablet in its Rugged line of computers built to survive drops and dirty environments: the Latitude 12 Rugged Tablet. The Windows 8.1-powered device can withstand drops from over 4 feet, spills in water, mud, sand, and dust, as well as temperatures from -20 to 145 degrees Fahrenheit. It does all this with a 12-hour battery life, and connections for mobile broadband and GPS. If you're looking for a Surface tablet that's able to harsh conditions outside the home or office, this is it.

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Dell’s new Inspiron computers cover all sizes and forms

Dell’s new Inspiron computers cover all sizes and forms

One size doesn't fit all when it comes to computers, which is why Dell is outing not just one, not two, and not even just three products at Computex. Spanning laptops, 2-in-1 convertibles, all-in-one desktops, and other computers of different shapes and sizes, Dell is announcing a new line of Inspiron PCs to cater to every need and every want. Going beyond just size and form, Dell's new computers offer multiple choices of processors and configurations, letting consumers customize their purchase even further to fit their work and their lifestyle.

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Dell Inspiron Micro puts Windows, Bay Trail in a tiny box

Dell Inspiron Micro puts Windows, Bay Trail in a tiny box

It's amusing to see how desktop computing is becoming smaller and smaller while remaining capable enough for majority of our menial and office-related tasks. Maybe even a bit of multimedia on the side.While mini computers have so far been the territory of lesser known players in the industry, some of the big names are starting to also show their smaller wares. Like Dell's new line of Inspion Micro desktops, designed to sit inconspicuously on your desk while letting you get things done without cluttering up your physical workspace too much.

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Windows 8 Tablet – Which one to buy?

Windows 8 Tablet – Which one to buy?

With the impending release of Windows 10, Microsoft's operating system is becoming interesting again. Or curious at the very least. But if you're looking around for a decent Windows tablet for work and for play, you don't have to wait for Windows 10 to come out to get one. And it doesn't matter how much you're willing to spend on a purchase. There is a surprisingly varied selection of Windows tablets out there. To help get you started, here are three of the top tablets in our eyes, one for each size of your wallet.

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Dell Venue 8 Lollipop brings the gift of force encrpytion

Dell Venue 8 Lollipop brings the gift of force encrpytion

Early adopters of Dell's RealSense-empowered Dell Venue 8 tablet rejoice! Users are reporting that they are receiving a large update that will bring their tablets into the age of Android Lollipop. But early adopters also beware! Dell is doing something that no OEM has dared to do when upgrading their devices from pre-Lollipop to Lollipop. It seems that Dell has chosen to force data encryption on owners of the device as part of the update process, whether they like it or not. And some will definitely not.

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Dell outs a beefier WiGig wireless dock for Broadwell PCs

Dell outs a beefier WiGig wireless dock for Broadwell PCs

Although WiGig wireless technology is still not as ubiquitous as Intel would hope it to be, Dell is already outing its second wireless dock utilizing WiGig's promise of high speed data transfer without the tangle of cords. The new Dell Wireless Dock, model name 452-BBUX, makes the same promise as its older but less capable sibling from 2 years back, but now adds a wealth of new connectivity options, ironically all of them wired. Compatibility, however, might be just as hard to meet as the rest of its kind.

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Dell Venue 10 7000 tablet convertible now in the US

Dell Venue 10 7000 tablet convertible now in the US

Dell made a rather surprising move early this month when it unveiled the Venue 10 7000. Although in name it takes after the Venue 8 in the same 7000 series, the tablet looks more like a descendant of Lenovo's Yoga line. At the same time, however, it takes some cues from a Microsoft Surface, changing from an Android tablet at one moment into an Android laptop the next, thanks to an optional keyboard dock that gives the Venue 10 7000 its flexibility, both in form and in purpose.

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Man cited for shooting his Dell desktop dead

Man cited for shooting his Dell desktop dead

Have you ever had a gadget so frustrating you imagined filling it full of bullets? No? Good. Some don't share your mental stability, however, and get the ultimate revenge by emptying a round or two into their faulty devices, smugly terminating them for their non-sentient foibles. A man in Colorado is one such excellent example of this. He recently, after growing tired of his computer's endless problems, quite literally took the Dell desktop out back and shot it. Eight times.

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4th gen Dell XPS 13 gets a dev edition with Ubuntu inside

4th gen Dell XPS 13 gets a dev edition with Ubuntu inside

When Dell unveiled its next generation XPS ultrabooks at CES early this year, we were quite impressed. The slim, lightweight, and pixel-dense computing workhorse checked off all the items of an ideal spec sheet and enclosed it in a rather stylish body. But while that has been a great thing for consumers, Dell understood that developers want something just as powerful, or maybe even more. That's why it's putting out the XPS 13 Developer Edition, taking in those same juicy specs and slapping Ubuntu onto it for good measure.

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Dell unveils Venue 10 7000 tablet, a convertible business-ready tablet

Dell unveils Venue 10 7000 tablet, a convertible business-ready tablet

The Venue 8 7000 tablet is a profound entry in the tablet market for Dell; an impressive tablet that has plenty of room to get better while still remaining capable. Intel’s involvement in the slate suggested Dell had more in mind than Netflix, and we’re now seeing what they might have been thinking all along. The Dell VEnue 10 7000 is an enterprise-focused tablet that also has a custom keyboard folio that makes it as much netbook as tablet, and definitely the sexiest convertible you can’t drive.

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