Dell at CES 2020 – Infinity Edge is go!

Dell at CES 2020
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Dell at CES 2020 did something a little out of the corporate box – it reached out directly to consumers with a premium range of  AI and 5G driven Latitude and XPS laptops and displays.

Heading the Dell at CES 2020 lineup was something we all wanted to see – an XPS 13 with almost no bezels on all four sides. Dell call it an Infinity Edge. It allows a 13.4”, 16:10 (4K and touch options) display, Intel 10th Gen i3-i7 Core, 360° hinge notebook with a respectable 52WHr battery to fit into an impossibly small 11” form factor – 296 (W) x 199 (D) x 14.8mm x 1.2kg chassis. To put that in perspective it is smaller than an A4 sheet of paper (210 x297mm).

Dell at CES 2020

GadgetGuy covets an XPS (hint, hint Dell) and rated its 15” 2019 at 4.7/5.

Next Dell at CES 2020 showed off its Latitude 9000 series coming March 2020.

The highlight is the 15” Latitude 9510.

Dell at CES 2020

It is the world’s smallest and lightest commercial 15-inch 360° hinge laptop at 1.4kg. It has a 10th Gen Intel Core i7 (vPro option), Wi-Fi 6, 5G mobile broadband (subject to Telco) a three-sided Infinity Edge display, carbon blade fans and dual heat pipes, and a fast charge 30-hour battery in a machined-aluminium chassis smaller than its previous 14” version.

New Dell monitors

86” 4K interactive touch (C8621QT) – this is a real 20-point touch monitor (not a TV panel) using an innovative Screen Drop stand for better accessibility to all.

Dell UltraSharp 43” 4K USB-C Monitor (U4320Q) – Workers can maximize productivity with the power to connect up to four PCs and view the content from each computer simultaneously. It has USB-C PD 90W.

Dell at CES 2020

Dell UltraSharp 27” 4K USB-C Monitor (U2720Q) 95% DCI-P3, VESA DisplayHDRM 400, making it the perfect choice for users who value content displayed in accurate colour. It has USB-C and daisy chain to connect extra monitors. Also in Dell UltraSharp 25” USB-C Monitor (U2520Q).

Dell at CES 2020

Dell Concepts for the future

PCs will become more intelligent, self-aware, and user-aware. Form factors may change to enable new usage models; and as technology continues to evolve, so will the ways in which we experience it.

Concept UFO from Alienware

8” screen with 1900×1200 resolution. It includes detachable controllers, so you can game in a range of modes: as one unit, with controllers attached to the screen; separating the controllers and using the kickstand on a surface to game or stream.

Concept Duet

Dual screen device with two stunning 13.4-inch displays

Concept Ori

foldable device which gives you a familiar-sized, 13” screen that folds into something you can easily carry around.

If you have time you can watch the one-hour presentation here