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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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Dell targeting developers with XPS 13 and custom Ubuntu

Dell targeting developers with XPS 13 and custom Ubuntu

While consumers may want laptops that are thin, light, and powerful, developers need a stable platform to develop from. What about all these new fangled Ultrabooks? Do they make good testbeds? Dell is hoping to sway developers by creating the Sputnik project, a custom Ubuntu build designed for developers that will run smoothly on the XPS 13 Ultrabook. Dell is hoping to offer the stripped down build with standard developer tools, plus custom downloadable profiles.

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Ivy Bridge grabs Dell with HighPerformance XPS and Vostro Solutions

Ivy Bridge grabs Dell with HighPerformance XPS and Vostro Solutions

There's a whole new family of Dell computers out there starting early this summer including the 3rd Generation Intel Core set of processors also known as Ivy Bridge onboard. These computers come in both HighPerformance XPS and Vostro brands with families, multimedia professionals, and businesses in mind. Each of these computing families will have the Intel Core i7 processor embedded with in, and several models will have the option to include a lower-powered Core i5 processor instead.

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Alienware M14x, M17x and M18x get Ivy Bridge

Alienware M14x, M17x and M18x get Ivy Bridge

Alienware has thrown Intel's new 3rd-gen Core i5 and i7 processors at its updated M14x, M17x and M18x notebooks, promising a roughly 20-percent boost in power from the new Ivy Bridge architecture. It's the second refresh for the trio of gaming laptops in under a month, with Intel slotting in new mSATA caching drives and boosted graphics in mid-March. Plus, there's a new Alienware deal with Electronic Arts.

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Dell revamps Precision workstations with Xeon E5

Dell revamps Precision workstations with Xeon E5

Dell announced four new workstations today for its enterprise Precision lineup that have been revamped with Intel's latest 32nm E5 series Xeon chips, error-free memory technology, and a redesigned chassis for greater serviceability. The new workstations are designed to handle the intensive computing needs of engineering, product design, animation and other graphics professionals. They include the Dell T7600, T5600, T3600, and the T1650.

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Alienware M14x, M17x and M18x get 2012 refresh

Alienware M14x, M17x and M18x get 2012 refresh

Alienware has revealed the first stage of its 2012 refresh, updating the M14x, M17x and M18x gaming notebooks with new NVIDIA and AMD graphics, mSATA SSDs and caching for boosted performance, and bumping the default memory. The three notebook models keep the external aesthetic of their predecessors - think Stealth Bomber style angles and thousands upon thousands of user-selectable colored LED lighting - but inside there are big changes afoot. Read on for full details.

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Dell acquires Wyse to extend cloud computing offerings

Dell acquires Wyse to extend cloud computing offerings

While Dell lost some market share last year to Lenovo, they still hold a strong presence in both the desktop and server market. It looks like the company is hoping to make more inroads into the virtualization market, as Dell this morning announced the acquisition of cloud client computing company Wyse Technology.

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