Best Dell monitors 2022 | Windows Central
Dell makes a lot of PC monitors. It also makes a lot of good PC monitors. But which should you buy? Here's the best of the bunch for whatever type of monitor you're looking for.
New Dell XPS 13 vs. Dell XPS 15: Which should you buy? | Windows Central
Have your heart set on a new Dell XPS laptop but not sure which one to go for? Let us help as we break down some of the key points to consider.
Dell XPS 15 9570 vs. Dell XPS 15 9560: Which should you buy? | Windows Central
You can not only purchase the 2018 Dell XPS 15 (9570) with upgraded internals, but also the older 9560 model. Question is; which is better?
Dell XPS 13 (2016) | Windows Central
Launched to the world in 2015 and updated most recently in late 2016, the XPS 13 is Dell's take on the 13-inch ultrabook. Packed with 7th generation Intel Core i (Sky Lake) chipsets, one of the most striking things about the XPS 13 is the Infinity Display.
Dell XPS 12 | Windows Central
Dell has made the first 2-in-1 with a 4K Ultra HD Display, and it's the Dell XPS 12. Announced in early October, the XPS 12 has a magnetic connection that transitions the laptop to a tablet. Official availability begins for the 2-in-1 in November, and here is what we know about it so far. The update is available now in Google Play as a free download.2.5-inch UltraSharp HD
Dell XPS 15 | Windows Central
We've been waiting for what seems like forever for the XPS 15 to arrive, but the time has finally come. The XPS 15 from Dell is a Windows laptop PC that features an Intel Core 4712HQ Processor, 15.6 inch display, up to 1TB SSD, 8, 16 or 32GB of memory, a 720p camera, and of course, Windows 10. The aluminum and carbon fiber design weighs in at 4.4lbs and is under an inch thick.
New Dell XPS 15, refreshed XPS 13 now available from Dell UK | Windows Central
Dell's hot new laptops aren't only going on sale in the U.S. today, the UK arm has been in touch to let us know they're also on sale on the other side of the Atlantic!
Dell Laptops | Windows Central
Dell is one the top makers of laptop computers in the U.S. The company, which has been around since the mid-1980s, has a long line of laptop computers that include the Inspiron, Latitude, XPS and Alienware models. The Inspiron line are budget laptops, Latitude are business-focused devices, XPS are high-end laptops and Alienware are high-performance gaming laptops. Dell's
Dell | Windows Central
Now a private company, Dell is responsible for a whole range of devices not just covering the Windows platform. Currently not making phones – though we still carry a fondness for the Venue Pro – Dell is at least responsible for some of the finest Ultrabooks and gaming PCs on the market. Two of the crown jewels are the XPS and Alienware lines. Alienware holds a long standing
Dell Venue 8 Pro | Windows Central
The Dell Venue 8 Pro is an 8" tablet running Windows 8.1. A quad-core Intel processor powers the device, backed by 2GB of RAM, a 1280 x 800 display, and 32 or 64GB of internal storage. The 4830mAh battery is non-replaceable, but the tablet does offer expandable storage up to 64GB. The Venue 8 Pro is sporting a 5MP front camera and 1.2MP rear camera. The Venue 8 Pro supports
Dell Venue Pro - Review | Windows Central
Dell made a shaky entrance into the Windows Phone 7 market. You had supply issues, quality control issues and software headaches. Slowly but surely these problems are getting ironed out with the Venue Pro but does it leave consumers with a quality Windows Phone? While some may see this as being late to the table (Dell isn't that generous with review units), we decided to take
Dell Venue Pro: $199.99 | Windows Central
With just hours before the big day, we just received word (unconfirmed, but highly probable) that the Dell Venue Pro will sell for $199.99 on contract. No word on cost without a contract, though we im