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The Dell Latitude 3490 is not a light device, nevertheless it is a capable 14-inch business laptop that comes with a few features that do stand out. There are a few reasons behind its 3.79-pound weight, one of which is because it has legacy input/output features. This means if you are someone who needs to travel a lot for work, this is not the machine for you. The big advantage though is it can be heavily configured and it does deliver performance so if yours is one of those rare businesses that needs a VGA port then this is a good option

Not everyone likes using a convertible laptop and it is true that they are an acquired taste that takes some getting used to. In theory it sounds great that you can turn a laptop into a tablet, in reality these products tend to work better either as a laptop or a tablet. Detachable devices obviously work better as tablets and their keyboards are a little inferior. Whilst a single body convertible will obviously function better as a tablet because in tablet mode they are heavy and can be awkward to hold.

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.

  • December 7, 2017
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Recently Dell launched an all-in-one desktop from its Precision range of machines dubbed the Precision 5720. Dell says the new desktop is one of the most powerful all-in-one workstation’s in the world. Once you go through the specs of the desktop, you would probably be inclined to agree. It is clear Dell is targeting the

  • November 7, 2017
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Recently we reviewed the XPS 13 which was powered by a Kaby Lake processor from Intel. Obviously, the hardware industry doesn’t stand still and PC manufacturers have started to outfit existing products with 8th generation Core processors for the holiday season. In some cases, some PC makers are creating new designs altogether. In the case of the XPS 13 Dell has opted to incorporate the new chip into the existing design. So if you are looking to purchase a Dell XPS 13 it will now come with a far more powerful quad-core 8th generation Intel Core processor.

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