Dell Computers

Recently Dell introduced to the world its latest PC portfolio for enterprise customers containing updates to its Latitude, OptiPlex, Precision and P-Series ranges. The company singled out its Precision range saying the mobile workstations are now small, lighter and have the ability to undertake workloads that were previously impossible with a mobile workstation. The new products will be made available to customers globally on 22nd May 2018 with the exception of P-Series displays which will be launched on June 25th Dell said in a statement.

Dell and its Alienware brand between them have launched six new Windows 10 based gaming laptops all of which are powered by 8th generation Intel Core processors. Dell also intends to segment the market further by launching a less expensive G series gaming laptop under the Dell brand with prices starting at just US$749. The Alienware 15 and 17 are the two most powerful laptops in the Alienware range and will allow gamers to overclock their computers by as much as 5.0 GHz for the first time ever.

Dell has not made a lot of fuss and gone and made a major improvement to its Inspiron 17 5000 range of laptops that feature a 17.3-inch screen. The company has given potential buyers the option of adding a couple of AMD mobile Ryzen processors in combination with Zen CPU cores and Radeon Vega graphics chips. AMD launched its mobile Raven Ridge chips towards the end of last year and during the launch AMD described them as being the “world’s fastest processors” for ultrathin laptops.

CES which was held at the start of the year is one of the world’s craziest trade shows, highlighting technology that all the big boys have been working on over the course of last year. Dell is a favourite booth for many visitors to the show because the company always has something interesting it is working on. This year was no different and there were a few interesting new products on offer. However, the most fascinating feature Dell showed off this year wasn’t in hardware, but it was in software instead.

Dell has a range of gaming laptops under its Inspiron brand that have long delivered a respectable gaming experience at an inexpensive price. Obviously, Dell also owns Alienware so it needs to tip toe its way around the gaming segment and as a result most Inspiron 15 Gaming laptops tend to have mid-range specifications. The latest version of the Inspiron 15 7000 represents an upgrade over the previous version including a better GPU and a switch to an IPS panel and the addition of a fingerprint reader.

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