There’s been a lot of new hardware unveiled by Dell today, with huge refreshes made to both the Inspiron all-in-one line, as well strategic updates to its laptop offerings. Must read: iOS 11.3: Tips, tricks, and how to fix the biggest annoyances Featured stories Cryptocurrency reality checks and the coming boom USB Type-C is the iPhone charging connector that Steve Jobs would have wanted I tried to write this article on an iPad Pro. It didn’t go well Thousands of Mega logins dumped online, exposing user files Inspiron Let’s begin with the Inspiron update. Here we see Dell add three new devices to its line up. Inspiron 24 5000 AIO Features Intel 8th generation Core processors, Intel Optane Memory, optional Nvidia GTX 1050 graphics, a 23.8-inch InfinityEdge IPS display, and up to 32GB of RAM. Starting price: $849.99 Availability: April 3 Inspiron 27 7000 AIO Features a nearly-borderless 27-inch InfinityEdge display with up to 4K UHD resolution, Intel 8th generation Core processors, optional Nvidia GTX 1050 graphics, and storage options up to 1-terabyte hard drive and 256GB PCle NVMe solid-state drive. Starting price: $999.99 Availability: Late May Inspiron 15 7000 2-in-1 Special Edition This is a new twist on the regular Inspiron 15 7000 2-in-1, and comes with Intel Core i7 processors, a premium 4K UHD touch screen, higher capacity SSDs, 16GB of DDR4 memory, NVIDIA MX130 discrete graphics, and includes Dell Active Pen. Starting price: $1,299.99 Availability: April 3 XPS On the XPS front we have two new arrivals…. [Read full story]
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