Dell

  • ​Many boardrooms have a whiteboard for collaborative working, some may even have modern digital varieties with smart device integration. Dell is offering a similar kind of collaborative working experience, but on a 75 inch 4K IPS touchscreen monitor that the team can all work on at the same time.​
  • Dell has pulled the wraps off a shiny new monitor at IFA in Berlin this week. The 27-in display is designed to be crisp and bright, with an ultra-thin profile. Dell calls it the “world’s brightest in its class,” but there’s a few caveats to that claim.
  • The product launches are coming thick and fast at the IFA 2018 tech showcase in Berlin this week, and Dell has taken the opportunity to take the wrappers off its most high-end Chromebook yet: the 2-in-1 Inspiron 14. Is this a competitor worthy enough to take on the mighty Google Pixelbook?
  • Dell has announced its most powerful laptop yet – the 2018 XPS 15. To be fair, it's a mild refresh on the previous model but does come with Intel's latest 6-core 8th generation processor and can be optioned up to Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050Ti graphics.​
  • Dell is showing off a variety of new computers at CES 2018, and hot on the heels of its revamped Dell XPS 13 comes the larger, more powerful Dell XPS 15. As well as seriously upgraded internals, the Windows 2-in-1 brings with it a "maglev" keyboard that uses magnets underneath its keys.
  • Dell's XPS 13 laptop first broke cover at CES in 2012, so it seems fitting that the most powerful 13-inch laptop in its class has been announced ahead of next week's Las Vegas expo. The new XPS 13 gets a refresh both inside and out that's sure to attract praise from pundits and users alike.
  • ​Currently, there’s a pretty big gap between mobile VR and the high-end experiences of the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. Microsoft is looking to bridge that divide with a platform it (confusingly) calls Windows Mixed Reality, and now Dell has announced the Visor, its first headset to run on that system.
  • The Microsoft Surface Book is unquestionably one of the best the convertible laptop/tablets available now. But if you shy away from its high price or another one of its distinguishing features, here are some promising potentials.
  • Dell has launched three new laptops made with kids (and their parents and teachers) in mind. Capable of running Windows or Chrome OS, the laptops are all built to survive the rigors of the classroom and beyond, with rugged designs and all-day battery life.
  • Pushing us further towards a wire-free world is a new laptop announced at CES by Dell. The Latitude 7285 2-in-1 notebook, out later this year, will be equipped with wireless charging capabilities, making it the first laptop to tout the feature.
  • ​At CES this week, Dell unveiled a few nifty ideas, including the Canvas digital artist's workstation, a 32-inch monitor bursting with 8K resolution, a wirelessly chargeable 2-in-1, and a refresh of the company's other laptops, AIOs and monitors.
  • This year, laptops trended toward thin, metallic, increasingly versatile builds and a decreasing number of ports. Many of their specs fall within a narrow range, but there are a few notable variations. Join New Atlas as we round up and compare eight of 2016's best high-end laptops.​