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Alienware refreshes its lineup with Intel Skylake chips

Alienware refreshes its lineup with Intel Skylake chips

It has barely been less than year since Alienware launched the Alienware 13, 15, and 17 laptops and just about a month since the company flaunted its wares at PAX Prime 2015. But with the launch of Intel's sixth generation Core i processors, there is much reason to want for more. Fortunately, Alienware is taking that opportunity to refresh its PC lineup, giving its desktop and laptops not a fresh coating but a fresh new heart thanks to Intel's new, more gaming-friendly Skylake processor generation.

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Dell Venue 8 Pro, Venue 10 Pro 5000 comes with USB Type-C

Dell Venue 8 Pro, Venue 10 Pro 5000 comes with USB Type-C

Partially thanks to Apple, adoption of the USB Type-C standard seems to be coming along in a steady pace. New devices, from smartphones to tablets to laptops, are sporting the bi-directional, reversible port. Of course, that's hardly the only highlight of Dell's two new "mobile productivity" tablets. The Dell Venue 8 Pro 5000 and the Venue 10 Pro 5000 both build up on their predecessors with a latest Intel Atom processor, active pen via Wacom technology, and an almost dirt cheap price tag to boot.

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Dell has a Surface Pro clone with a 4K display

Dell has a Surface Pro clone with a 4K display

Let the clone wars begin! Or something like that. Despite Dell (and HP) entering into a partnership with Microsoft to sell the latter's Surface Pro 3 tablets to former's enterprise customers, it seems that Dell also has plans to try to one up Microsoft in that category too. A new XPS 12 2-in-1 was recently leaked sporting the same design sense that has made Microsoft's tablet both popular and unpopular at the same time. This follows Lenovo's more official revelation of the MIIX 700 with exactly the same basic design.

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Dell will sell Surface Pro as Windows 10 courts workers

Dell will sell Surface Pro as Windows 10 courts workers

Microsoft and Dell have just announced a new partnership that aims to bring Windows 10 and the Surface tablet to more enterprise users. Starting in October, this arrangement will see Dell selling Microsoft’s Surface Pro devices and accessories to enterprises in the US and Canada, along with additional services and support. The surfaces sold through Dell will also come with options for Dell Services, which includes hardware warranties, damage service, managed deployment, and configuration services.

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Dell Latitude 11 5000 2-in-1 teased with Windows 10

Dell Latitude 11 5000 2-in-1 teased with Windows 10

Microsoft may have the IFA 2015 keynote to itself, but that hasn't stopped it from straying from Windows 10 and teasing a brand new Dell 2-in-1. The Latitude 11 5000 was given a sneak-preview by Nick Parker, Corporate Vice President of Microsoft's OEM division, as part of a showcase of new PCs using the company's latest software.

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Alienware X51 R3 brings in Intel Skylake, liquid cooling

Alienware X51 R3 brings in Intel Skylake, liquid cooling

It has been a year since we've last seen the Dell's Alienware X51 gaming desktop, back then in its R2 incarnation. And while that classy gaming box didn't exactly sweep us off our feet, this newest one just might. Yes, on the eve of PAX Prime, Dell has announced the new Alienware X51 R3. As you might have expected, this one boasts of the latest and choicest components, which in this case means a 6th gen Intel Skylake processor, support for a Graphics Amplifier, and for the first time ever, liquid cooling.

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Dell announces the limited edition Alienware 18

Dell announces the limited edition Alienware 18

It's been more than two years since we've heard the name "Alienware 18" in the context of a new product, but Dell seems to be quite invested to revive what it bills to be a legendary gaming beast. At least for a limited time only. Naturally, the laptop has been updated with some of the choicest hardware components as far laptop gaming is concerned, giving it the same treatment that it did for the new Alienware 15 and 17 notebooks that it announced early this year.

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Dell Chromebook 13 leads Chrome OS for enterprise attack

Dell Chromebook 13 leads Chrome OS for enterprise attack

Chromebooks have already made a splash in education settings and now Google wants to do the same in businesses, with the new Dell Chromebook 13 leading the charge. The new version of Chrome OS builds on some of the centralized management features that Google introduced for schools, but throws in support for VPNs, virtualization, and playing nicely with existing infrastructure. Poster-child for the new updates is Dell's $399 Chromebook 13.

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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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