Dell signs on with The Alliance for Wireless Power standard, possibly meaning a cord-free future for Dell laptop users.
Netbooks are so over — for Dell at least. One of the leading computer makers is throwing in the towel on the small and underpowered laptops. From here on out, Ultrabooks will be the way to go.
Dell's approach to combat the iPad and Android tablets has thus far been to sit back, watch, and wait. Looks like it's about done watching because pics of its 10.1-inch 'Peju' tablet running Windows 7 have already slipped out.
Come this October, Dell might have the most powerful tablet on the market. At least, that's what its Peju code-named tablet running Windows 8 looks like on paper.
Out of all the netbooks and razor-thin laptops out there looking to take down the MacBook Air, Dell's Adamo seems to be the only one with the chops to keep up. And keep up it has — Dell just released a less expensive, more powerful Adamo on its website.
Michael Dell just teased a new Android-based tablet, one that's 7 inches diagonal and looks to be a long-rumored device known as "Looking Glass." There aren't a lot of details available on the specs of this thing, but one assumes it'll have a multitouch display and guts that'll let it compete head-to-head with the iPad.
Now what do we have here? It's the new Dell Duo, which looks like a normal 10-inch netbook until you notice that the screen rotates around to turn it into a tablet. You simply swivel it around within its frame to make the transformation. It's certainly one of the more interesting computer designs we've seen in a while.
Leaks from an internal Dell announcement reveal the company is getting ready to unleash its Streak line of tablets (probably not the best name — smudge much?) in two different flavors. There will be the larger 10-inch Streak that'll go...
Dell still has us in deep-want mode for one of those elegant Adamo XPS laptops, but we just can't get over their way-too-high price. You can imagine our astonishment when we saw the Dell Vostro V13, looking a whole lot...
It was with heavy hearts that hardcore PC gamers learned that Alienware was being bought by Dell back in 2006. Many feared that the company's approach to custom building gaming PCs would get diluted by a corporation that needed to...