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CES 2017: Dell unveils Canvas 27-inch Workspace Device and stunning UP3218K 32-inch 8K Monitor

Dell CanvasAt CES 2017, Dell has let loose with two exciting and innovative new devices. For the artist, Dell has its new Canvas. For those who need the best graphics possible, Dell’s 8K monitor will blow you away.

Dell’s Canvas isn’t an all-in-one like Microsoft’s Surface Studio. The Canvas was created as an external monitor to allow creatives easier use of digital devices. Like a paper work pad or canvas, the gadget sits on a desk (Or a stand, if you’d prefer).

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CES 2017 Day 1: Dell, Lenovo, ASUS and HP

CES 2017CES 2017 kicked off this week with a great show featuring the latest and greatest in consumer tech. A lot of hype has been surrounding this year’s event, as we wait to see what the biggest industry brands have spent the last year working on. Now we finally know, and day one featured plenty of goodies to get excited about. Let’s take a look at some of the highlights.

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CES 2016 Day 3 – Dell, Oculus Rift, Huawei and Fitbit

Dell Latitude 12 7000The announcements from CES 2016 keep coming. Dell has what is possibly their biggest product launch ever and look to be aiming towards business customers. The Oculus Rift isn’t what some were hoping for and appears to be an expensive gaming experience unlike any other. Huawei has shown off the smartphone they’re going to be releasing in the US, and it’s a smartphone at an affordable price.

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Dell’s Venue 10 7000 Chases Education and Businesses

  • 11/04/2015 at 22:52 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Gadgets

Dell Venue 10 7000 Series TabletDell have released a new Android based tablet. The Venue 10 7000 is a 10-inch tablet that has a different shape to the traditionally flat designs. Google has given this device a Google Play for Education certification, with some models coming with education specific apps. Dell has attempted to create a tablet that plays as hard as it works. Office for Android will be offered to users and business data will be encrypted. The speakers are at the front in the cylinder, giving the tablet its usual shape.

The Venue 10 7000 has a interesting design but is over priced. For a base model without the keyboard, you’ll be set back $499, and $629 for the attachable keyboard. The keyboard has a strong backlight and quality trackpad. When attached, the keyboard can move 180 degrees around the tablet t give a range of angles.

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Dell wants to invest in wearable computing

  • 04/07/2013 at 23:06 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Technology

Dell HeadquarterWearable computing has been a dream of technology companies for a long time, and many incarnations have been introduced over the years. From the early days of the Virtual Boy gaming system, to today’s full system Google Glass, it is the holy grail in a time of a struggling PC industry. That’s why Dell is thinking of getting on board.

Despite there being some rather critical reviews of the Google Glass device, Dell is considering throwing their hat into the ring and making their own wearable computer. This move is in response to their dying sales, as PC’s become a thing of the past and mobile devices launch us into the future.

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Dell XPS 17 3D Laptop features Blu-Ray, 12Gb RAM and Nvidia Graphic Chipset

  • 01/07/2011 at 03:51 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Laptops

Dell XPS 17 3DA few weeks ago, we had covered how Dell had said goodbye to their doomed-since-the-beginning Adamo lappy. Now, it’s turn to take a look at the monster piece they have named XPS 17 3D.

First of all, the LCD screen is very large at 17.3” and 1920 x 1080 pixels, which happens to be one of the brightest in its kind. The name monster is quite proper since it weighs more than 8 pounds, but there are surely more interesting specs that surely make it a monster. Some of these specs are a 500 GB hard drive, Intel Core Processor i7, a BluRay drive, and of course 12 magnificent GB of RAM. If you want to play your favorite video games, this baby is packed with Nvidia GeForce GT 555M.

The XPS comes with dual headphone jacks, an HDMI slot, three USB ports (two are 3.0 and one is 2.0), and a combo USB/eSATA. And as the name describes it – 3D – you will experience that additional dimension to work wonders. That means that when you play your 3D games, your screen won’t freeze. This laptop is capable of running them quite smoothly, making it perhaps one of the most capable current 3D gadgets.

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Dell: Good-bye Adamo, Hello XPS 15Z

Dell XPS 15Z

Many of us perhaps remember seeing the name Adamo; yes that was Dell’s laptop computer that seemed to be doomed the minute it was released despite the fact that it was trendy and quite expensive. Just a little over two years after Adamo’s release, Dell was prepared to announce their next hot product and that’s the XPS 15Z, which was released on May 24, 2011 at $999.00. It is more than obvious that indeed it is an Adamo follow up however they made sure it wasn’t too trendy in order to appeal more to the Dell followers.

The XPS will have a less smooth and professional look and it will weigh more than the Adamo. The screen measures 15 inches and features a 1.3 megapixel HD camera with dual array digital microphones.

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