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Alienware x51 R2 Review with AMD Radeon R9 270b

Alienware x51 R2 Review with AMD Radeon R9 270b

Here in the late Summer of 2014 we’re having a look at a gaming PC from Alienware that’s continuing to aim for console-beating power after nearly a year out in the wild. This review isn’t like most SlashGear reviews where we review a product early - sometimes before it’s on the market. Instead we’re taking a quick look at how this device squares off against the PS4, the Xbox One, and other similarly-sized competitors.

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Dell’s latest business move lands $50,000 order paid in Bitcoin

Dell’s latest business move lands $50,000 order paid in Bitcoin

In July, Dell announced that it would begin accepting Bitcoin payments, a big business move for the computer-centric company. Fast-forward, and the company's CEO Michael Dell has tweeted another announcement: that it received an order paid with 85 Bitcoins.

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Alienware Alpha console hits preorder (without SteamOS)

Alienware Alpha console hits preorder (without SteamOS)

Alienware's Alpha console has gone up for preorder, no longer waiting for the delayed SteamOS and instead running Windows 8.1 with deep ties into the Steam game library thanks to a homegrown couch-friendly interface. Priced from $549, the Alpha runs a choice of Intel Haswell dual- and quadcore Core i chip, paired with a custom NVIDIA Maxwell GTX GPU with 2GB of its own memory, and up to 16GB of DDR3 system memory. That's all squeezed into a box that's compact enough to fit discretely under your TV.

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Brainwave-reading headsets tapped by Dell to monitor workers and gaming

Brainwave-reading headsets tapped by Dell to monitor workers and gaming

If you’re a fan of the brain-monitoring collection of devices out on the market today, you might already know about the brand NeuroSky. Dell also knows, and this year they’ve been testing a number of headsets - including the one made by NeuroSky in 2007 and released in 2009 - to see what they can do to read a user’s mood.

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Dell adds bitcoin payment option

Dell adds bitcoin payment option

Dell made a surprise announcement today: the company is now accepting Bitcoin, allowing those shopping for their next computing gadget to fork over the cryptocurrency rather than a traditional credit card. "Now you can buy digital with digital," says the company.

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Windows is rising to the Chromebook price war

Windows is rising to the Chromebook price war

HP is readying a $199 Windows notebook for the holidays, as Microsoft pushes Windows 8.1 against Google Chromebooks, one of a number of more affordable PC options. The HP Stream laptop, confirmed during the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference, will be one of at least three models, though versions from Acer and Toshiba will be slightly more expensive, at $249 apiece.

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Dell’s Chromebook is so popular, it stopped selling them

Dell’s Chromebook is so popular, it stopped selling them

Chromebooks are popular — and if you doubt that, just ask Dell. The computer manufacturer has halted sales of their 11-inch Chromebook, all because demand was too high. Still available for educational purposes, the average consumer is out of luck for a while.

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Dell Inspiron Series 2-in-1 duo arrive this month

Dell Inspiron Series 2-in-1 duo arrive this month

In addition to updated Venue 7 and 8 tablets, Dell has rolled out the red carpet for a couple new Inspiration convertibles, both of them being 2-in-1 offerings able to fold into tablets. Unlike the Venue slates, the new Inspiron devices will be available starting later this month.

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Dell Venue 7, 8 updated tablets bring KitKat

Dell Venue 7, 8 updated tablets bring KitKat

Dell has introduced updated versions of its Venue 7 and Venue 8 tablets, each bringing with them updated Intel Atom processors, among other things. The tablets will be available on July 1 for $159.99 and $199.99, respectively, proving slightly more expensive than the original models.

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Dell Inspiron laptops, all-in-ones get slimmer, more powerful

Dell Inspiron laptops, all-in-ones get slimmer, more powerful

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.

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Dell Latitude 14 Rugged Extreme lineup aim for military-readiness

Dell Latitude 14 Rugged Extreme lineup aim for military-readiness

This week the folks at Dell responsible for letting the world know about their ultra-tough notebook and tablet lineup have released the Rugged Extreme collection. First on the books is the Dell Latitude 14 Rugged Extreme - standard save it’s hardcore attitude. Then there’s the Latitude 12 Rugged Extreme convertible notebook, one that can effectively change position for whatever job you’ve got.

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Microsoft and Dell pen patent deal over Android and more

Microsoft and Dell pen patent deal over Android and more

Dell and Microsoft have announced a joint agreement between the two for patent licensing of various technologies. Says Microsoft, this furthers its already extensive 30-year relationship, and allows both companies to build off of the other's innovations.

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