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Dell Vostro notebooks join desktop line with Ivy Bridge

Dell Vostro notebooks join desktop line with Ivy Bridge

This week Dell's most modestly priced lineup of notebooks has been boosted to another level with 3rd Generation Intel Core processors. It's time for Ivy Bridge all over the Dell universe as back at the start of May Dell had the Vostro 470 Desktop as well as the XPS 8500 desktop boosted up to this newest generation of Intel solutions as well. The Vostro notebook lineup including the 13-inch 3360, 14-inch 3460, and 15-inch 3560 are all being pushed to options of either second or third generation Intel Core options this week.

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Dell updates Inspiron 15R and 17R

Dell updates Inspiron 15R and 17R

In addition to the Inspiron 14z, Dell has unveiled two other Inspiron models, the 15R and 17R. The R is designed to bring a bit of a performance boost over the standard offerings, although the base models of both laptops still feature Sandy Bridge processors (Ivy Bridge upgrades are available). They’re certainly heavy, with the lightest laptop coming in at 6.05 lbs, but the prices are low too, with the 15R starting from $549.99 and the 17R starting at $599.99.

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Dell Inspiron 14z Ultrabook ships June 19th from $699.99

Dell Inspiron 14z Ultrabook ships June 19th from $699.99

Dell has today announced a new Ultrabook in its lineup, the Inspiron 14z. Dell is hoping that the budget offerings will entice students, and the design has been tweaked to add some more supple curves. If you’re hoping to find Ivy Bridge lurking beneath the chassis, you’ll be in for a disappointment: the Ultrabook comes equipped with a ULV Sandy Bridge Core i3 processor, although Core i5 and Core i7 Ivy Bridge upgrades are available.

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SlashGear Weekly Wrap-Up: June 2, 2012

SlashGear Weekly Wrap-Up: June 2, 2012

Happy Saturday, everyone. Hopefully your June is going well so far, but even if it isn't there is plenty of time for that to change. Anyway, we've got a lot of news that happened this week so let's take a look. You gamer fans will love this first one – Sony PlayStation 4 tipped for 2013. And while we’re speaking to the gaming peeps out there, you have to check this out – Doom 3 BFG Edition demo trailer unleashed. Moving onto other forms of media, to pay TV – Verizon doubling Fios speed to 300mbps.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: May 29, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: May 29, 2012

Happy Tuesday, everyone. Did you all have a great holiday weekend? Well, it's time to settle back into the normal routine, just like all the tech companies are doing to provie us with today's big news stories; like this one - RIM to writedown unsold Blackberry Playbook inventory. And speaking of companies that may have bungled this, Facebook's Face.com buy confirmed. And now a solution to a problem - Diablo III summer patches and hotfixes announced.

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Dell shows off its first ARM-based servers

Dell shows off its first ARM-based servers

Need a server for your small business, but don't want the huge, expensive and power-hungry x86 models that have been all the rage for decades? Then Dell would like a word. Today they've introduced their first server blades built on the ubiquitous ARM platform, better known for smartphones and tablets than enterprise hardware. The Copper-class C500 3U units can fit a dozen into a chassis, and only draw 15 watts of power each.

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Dell Inspiron One 23 and 20 all-in-one PCs revealed

Dell Inspiron One 23 and 20 all-in-one PCs revealed

This week Dell is bringing the heat with several all-in-one device to adance their extended family, here with the Inspiron One 23 and the Inspiron One 20. These two machines come at the same time as the XPS One 27, a massively powerful machine of note. The One 23 will be available with 2nd and 3rd generation Intel Core processor options, while the One 20 will be available with 2nd generation Intel Core processors only.

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Dell introduces XPS One 27

Dell introduces XPS One 27

Dell has today introduced a new all-in-one computer in the XPS range, the XPS One 27. As the name suggests, it features a 27-inch display, which has a 2560x1440 resolution with LED backlighting. The computer will ship with the choice of new two Ivy Bridge processors, the Core i5-3450s or the Core i7-3770s. Intel’s HD 4000 integrated GPU will come as standard, but there’s the option to add NVIDIA’s GT 640M GPU with 2GB of RAM also.

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Dell Latitude 10 Windows 8 tablet leaks

Dell Latitude 10 Windows 8 tablet leaks

Details of Dell's upcoming Windows 8 tablet, the Dell Latitude 10, have emerged ahead of the slate's release later in 2012, tipping a continued commitment - for the moment, at least - to Intel. The Latitude 10 runs an Intel Clover Trail Atom dual-core, according to the system specs slide shared with Neowin, and has a 10.1-inch 1366 x 768 capacitive multitouch display with an optional stylus.

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Dell Latitude 6430u is a business Ultrabook

Dell Latitude 6430u is a business Ultrabook

Ultrabooks may be primarily focused at consumers, but how about a business Ultrabook? That’s what Dell has stumbled onto with a new entry into the Latitude range, the 6430u. Unsurprisingly, it’ll offer Intel’s Core i3, i5, and i7 Ivy Bridge chipsets, along with the typical specs you’d see on other Ultrabooks. Dell has a couple of twists though: it’ll support Intel’s vPro platform, feature an aluminium construction, and have a removable battery.

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