Shopping for Dell? Here are some new Dell products

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Shopping for Dell? Here are some new Dell products

If you are looking at Dell for a new laptop, computer screen or desktop computer, they've just announced new hardware. Click to see what it is.

Dell is popular with people who are shopping for a computer on a budget, so whenever they release new hardware we're interested. So what is the latest Dell hardware?

Dell has announced four new products:
 
  • An upgrade to the Dell XPS 12 laptop: Dell has announced new models in its XPS line of laptops with Intel’s new processor (which is codenamed "Haswell", but referred to as the 4th generation Core chip). As we've explained before, laptops with the new 4th generation Intel chip should have better battery life than previous models. For example, Dell claims the XPS 12 convertible ultrabook now lasts up to a 9.5 hours on a single charge, which is three hours longer than last year’s model. 
  • A new XPS 27 all-in-one-computer: Content creators might be interested to hear that Dell has announced a new version of their XPS 27 all-in-one with a 2560 x 1,440 touchscreen with improved brightness and a wider 99% colour gamut, compared with 72% for the old model.
  • A new 2.15-inch touchscreen monitor: Dell has also released a 21.5” Touch Monitor, S2240T, for those of you in the market for a standalone monitor that supports multi-touch control.
  • A new high-security Latitude laptop: One of the perks of getting a "business" laptop is they sometimes include special security features. Dell has announced a new Latitude laptop which it claims make it the “most secure notebook on the market”. An impressive claim indeed. The Latitude E6540, comes equipped with a FIPS 201-certified smart card and fingerprint readers to ensure only authorised users have access to your data. The laptop also has special TPM chip for securing passwords. It's a 15.6-inch laptop, so it's not small and it's not light and it's not cheap either, at $3,733 for the cheapest model. Ouch.
 
 
 
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