Microsoft showed off a partner device from Lenovo Yoga 360 WOS running the new Windows on Snapdragon (WOS). This portends a new era of Windows
Dell’s IFA 2018 announcements included updated Inspiron, XPS, Vostro lines and a Chromebook.
Dell unveiled a suite of new products and software to help address the myriad ways people play and work. Dell also highlighted some of the
Dell Australia has revealed a partnership with national retailer The Good Guys. Its XPS and Inspiron product ranges, displays, and peripherals will be available from
If that laptop of yours is looking a little long in the tooth, a new range from Dell could be just what’s needed, and from what we’re hearing, they should be relatively affordable too.
It’s already bad that your identity is worth something to scammers, but now stolen credit cards are becoming a big thing for criminals, too.
You can forget your stock standard laptop and expect some game changers, as Dell puts old thick clunkers on notice with svelte portables set to arrive this year.
It’s the big day for Microsoft, and after almost a year of testing, the replacement for Windows 8 has arrived. We say “good riddance”, but is your computer really ready to make the move?
If the name “Computex” didn’t tell you what was on show, we’re not sure what else would, and Dell was on hand to detail its efforts for the 2015 year.
The last week of January marks the first week that kids have of school, and that means it’s time to start thinking of computers to buy for the kids, as well as the software to go with it.
Aside for a new year, 2015 also heralds the introduction of more companies using Intel’s new 5th generation Core processors, and managing to make their laptops even thinner than before. Dell is chiming in with its own, ready for action with lighter and slimmer machines for 2015.
For years, Panasonic has held the benchmark in regards to rugged computers, but that looks set to change, with Dell announcing new laptops that can be dropped not just from waist level, but also a few stories up.
Gamers who have a lot of games in their Steam library — yes, that’s us too — don’t really have a console to play on, outside of their desktop or laptop, but that could change this year.
This week, Dell let GadgetGuy take a sneak peek into its line-up, with some hot new computers showcasing new tech ready for customers to take a look at from November onwards.