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Recently Dell introduced to the world its latest PC portfolio for enterprise customers containing updates to its Latitude, OptiPlex, Precision and P-Series ranges. The company singled out its Precision range saying the mobile workstations are now small, lighter and have the ability to undertake workloads that were previously impossible with a mobile workstation. The new products will be made available to customers globally on 22nd May 2018 with the exception of P-Series displays which will be launched on June 25th Dell said in a statement.

  • May 14, 2018
  • Sharat
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Lenovo has refreshed its ThinkPad range of products. This year’s ThinkPad range will focus on offering laptops that are designed to be both thinner and lighter. They will of course all be powered by the latest 8th generation Intel Core processors. Lenovo says it has also placed a lot of emphasis on security and is providing users with options such as eye tracking IR cameras, fingerprint readers and even a new ThingShutter Privacy camera.

Dell and its Alienware brand between them have launched six new Windows 10 based gaming laptops all of which are powered by 8th generation Intel Core processors. Dell also intends to segment the market further by launching a less expensive G series gaming laptop under the Dell brand with prices starting at just US$749. The Alienware 15 and 17 are the two most powerful laptops in the Alienware range and will allow gamers to overclock their computers by as much as 5.0 GHz for the first time ever.

As our smartphones become more powerful, larger mobile devices like laptops are struggling to remain relevant. Tablets were completely cannibalised by smaller smartphones and even powerful laptops need to justify their existence. Manufacturers are doing their best to ensure that laptops are attractive options. Some PC makers have begun to focus their efforts on Chromebooks which combine the practicality of a laptop with the convenience of smartphone apps. Others are significantly upgrading their entire line-up to focus on specific sets of users and this is the strategy that Dell seems to be opting for.

Dell’s OptiPlex 7050 Micro is like no other desktop on the market right now. If you aren’t looking closely, whilst you may be looking directly at the machine it is highly likely that you may fail to spot it altogether. Dell has revolutionised the concept of what it means to be a desktop. When it comes to the OptiPlex Micro, Dell has clearly taken its name seriously and the end result is a tiny CPU case that can be hidden behind a monitor which gives you enough room to have a clear work space.

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