Did Dell make crappy laptops? Some loved them, love hated them. But it now seems our experiences of Dell’s products can be put to one side, with the arrival of a statement-making 8-inch Android tablet – The Dell Venue 8 7000, proudly marketed as “the world’s thinnest tablet”. So it’s definitely got our attention, but … Continue reading Review round-up: The Dell Venue 8 7000 – the World’s thinnest tablet?
Cloud computing from Dell has been a mouth-watering prospect for tech geeks for a few years now. It is viewed by many as next wave of information technology for individuals, companies and governments. It is also seen as the biggest revolution in how we share information electronically since the birth of the internet. So, just … Continue reading Dell outlines its future vision of the Cloud
There is no denying that today’s world is heavily connected – almost everyone has some form of internet-connected device, be it a phone, laptop or tablet. Dell’s newest campaign for workplace innovation drives to increase productivity from this connectivity. Dubbed the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) campaign, the company aims to enlighten businesses across the … Continue reading Dell’s BYOD campaign aims to increase workplace productivity
In this smartphone and tablet-powered era, the traditional desktop PC is looking rather antiquated. Moore’s Law continues to facilitate the development of smaller and smaller devices, and even laptops – historically the most functional of business tools – are becoming slimline and cool, with fully rotating screens that can also be detached as standalone devices. … Continue reading 5 Desktop PCs for under £500
What do you get when you cross a laptop with a desktop PC and a tablet? If you’re imagining a bit of a mess, then you’d be completely on the wrong tracks, because that is just what Dell’s new XPS 18 is. All the portability of a laptop, with the trappings of a tablet and … Continue reading XPS 18 – Dell’s Thinnest and Lightest All-in-One
Not long after breakfast this morning, we headed to Dell’s ‘TechnologyPark’ in IFA to discover what announcements they had in store. Having found all the deck chairs occupied and not much space available on the ‘grass’ – we propped ourselves up next to a couple of neglected Vostro desktops. After a brief introduction by Dell … Continue reading Park life: Dell announce XPS One 27, XPS Duo 12 and XPS 10
There are some people to whom gaming is not just a game. You know who you are. And you know deep down that it’s *just* a game right? You can have a really engaging round of tiddlywinks if you have the right people. I know you’re shaking your head in disgust so I’ll tell what … Continue reading Alienware X51: Big things in a small package
Dell recently unveiled its XPS 14z laptop, and it is one of the thinnest in the brand’s history. This delightful model features a 14-inch display in a 13-inch body, an internal optical drive and comforting, discrete graphics option. This is the latest move from Dell made to create a series of powerful solutions that include … Continue reading Dell’s XPS 14z laptop: Professionally snazzy