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In this latest episode of HotHardware’s Two and a Half Geeks, Dave, Paul, and Marco talk about AMD’s recently released Radeon R9 300 series and Fury X graphics cards, the much-maligned Batman: Arkham Knight, the Microsoft Surface 3 and Dell Inspiron 13 7000 Special Edition, the Microsoft Surface Hub experience, and more. You can watch the episode right here and don’t forget to give it a like and subscribe. Thanks! Show Notes: 01:40 - PowerColor PCS+ Radeon R9 390 8GB GDDR5 Review 05:06 - AMD Radeon R9 Fury X Review: Fiji And HBM Put To The Test 17:11 - Microsoft Surface 3 Review: Capability... Read more...
For years, the notion of a tablet replacing one's laptop was a novel idea, but hardly feasible. Much has changed in recent times, however, with Microsoft going so far as to claim that its newest Surface units are indeed powerful enough to take the place of a bonafide laptop. It's that push that has gotten the attention of the entire industry, with everyone from Lenovo to Asus and now Dell pushing out potent 2-in-1 units that manage to straddle the line between slate and laptop with very little compromise.The Inspiron 13 7000 is Dell's latest two-faced unit, and the one we're testing is a top-spec... Read more...
Earlier today, we brought you news of the exciting new XPS 13 notebook, refreshed Alienware 15 and 17 notebooks, and the availability of the Venue 8 7000 Series tablet that was originally announced in September of last year. But those products aren’t the only ones that Dell has on display here in Las Vegas, there are still a few more products lurking in the shadows… Dell’s Inspiron laptops might not have the same flair as the XPS or Alienware lineups, but they’re still workhorse machines that will get the job done with little fuss. The company today launched the Inspiron 15 7000 Series, which —... Read more...
In this latest episode of HotHardware's 2.5 Geeks webcast, Andrew, Dave and Marco discuss Apple's iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus (including "bendgate"), the affordable Dell Inspiron 11 2-in-1 convertible, NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 980 and GTX 970 graphics cards, Intel Broadwell low-power processors, the Maingear Pulse 15 3K gaming laptop, our next giveaway and a whole lot more... Show Notes: 01:09 - New Apple iPhone 6 and 6 Plus Pack Larger Screens and More Powerful SoC 01:15 - The Amazing Bendable iPhone 6 Plus -- Users Report Warping Of Apple's Big Boy 12:14 - Apple Joins Forces With Visa and... Read more...
As much as we obsess about the latest and hottest hardware, we sometimes like to take a look at a value system to see what kind of bang you can get for your buck on a tight budget. And with the school year just getting underway, the Dell Inspiron 11 3147 caught our eye as a possible candidate for a highly mobile classmate or conference room colleague. It’s a light, tiny laptop with a screen that folds completely back so you can use the device as a tablet whenever it suits your needs. To a budget-minded student who wants a versatile laptop (and that won’t feel like brick in his or her... Read more...
Tablets aren’t the only goodies Dell has in store at Computex this year. The company is rolling out new Dell Inspiron 2-in-1 notebooks and an Inspiron AIO, too. The Dell Inspiron 11 3000 Series 2-in-1 features quad-core Intel Pentium (N3530) or Celeron (N2830) processors and 500GB of storage (plus 20GB of Dropbox storage) with battery life over 8 hours. It has Waves MAXXAudio technology on board, and the 360-degree hinge offers a variety of positions. The device offers a 10-point multitouch display and facial recognition software for more secure online password use. Dell Inspiron 11 3000... Read more...
As one of the top-shelf systems in the company's mainstream line-up, the Inspiron 15 7537 is in an interesting position in Dell’s extensive family of laptops and ultrabooks. This laptop is too pricey to be considered affordable by most consumers, and yet it’s not quite in the same class as and doesn't have the luxury features of Dell’s XPS systems. Understandably, Dell’s premium XPS line gets a lot of attention in the press. We recently checked out the XPS 13 ultrabook and XPS 15 laptop and pegged them quality products for serious users. The Inspiron series is more likely... Read more...
CES is a blast in part because we get to see and touch exciting technology and amazing prototypes and grill companies in person about the latest rumors pertaining to their products. Yet for as exciting as all of that may be, it’s also a time for companies to simply look us in the eye and proudly show off their latest wares, whether they’re headline-grabbers or just solid updates to existing product lines. Dell fell into the latter camp this year for the most part, showing off their latest products to us away from the bustle of the show floor, at a quiet restaurant banquet room down... Read more...
In this latest episode of HotHardware’s Two and Half Geek, Iyaz and Marco talk about the Ouya Android Game Console, the HTC EVO 4G LTE Android Smartphone for the Spring network, Dell’s shiny new Inspiron 14z Ultrabook, and Marco’s custom NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670/680 Round Up, which featured cards from EVGA, ZOTAC, MSI, Gigabyte and ASUS. We also drop a few hints about an upcoming giveaway and a redesign in the works for HH. Show Notes: 01:10 - Ouya Android Game Console Hits $4 Million Home Run on Kickstarter and It's Still Going 05:42 - HTC EVO 4G LTE Android Smartphone Review 11:21... Read more...
It may feel like summer has only just begun, but Dell is already getting ready for back-to-school with the introduction of its newly redesigned Inspiron laptop family. All of the new Inspiron laptops will offer options with Intel’s new 3rd Generation Core i processors (Ivy Bridge), Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, and will be eligible for the Microsoft Windows 8 upgrade program. The first Inspiron ultrabook, the Inspiron 14z, features Intel Rapid Start Technology and up to seven hours of battery life. This ultrabook starts at 4.12 pounds and measures 0.83-inches (21mm) at its thickest point.... Read more...
Dell announced the new Inspiron One 2320 all-in-one desktop. Designed with families in mind, the Inspiron One 2320 features an all-in-one design that measures 68mm thick for the touch-screen model and slightly less for the non-touch model. The Inspiron One 2320 is available with Intel Core i5 or i7 processor options, a 23-inch WLED display, optional discrete graphics, 6GB of DDR3 memory (upgradeable to 8GB), built-in Wi-Fi, and a HD webcam. Other options include JBL speakers, a built-in TV tuner, and a multi-touch display option. Dell Introduces the Inspiron One 2320, the Ultimate Stay-Connected... Read more...
Dell added to its newest new line of z-series notebooks with the announcement today of the Inspiron 13z and 14z. The pair complements the recently-released XPS 15z by introducing more options for thin Dell notebooks, but these come in at a lower cost; the Inspiron 14z, for instance, starts at $599.99, while the XPS 15z starts at $999.99. The Inspiron 14z is available now on Dell.com in the U.S. and elsewhere, but the 13z has only been released so far in certain Asian countries. However, both models, according to the press release, will feature second-gen Intel Core i3 or i5 processors, 720p HD... Read more...
If there's anything in the world that's true, it's that there is a near-constant flow of new notebooks flowing out these days. It's clear that the world is becoming more and more mobile, as the ratio of laptop to desktop releases has to be around 5:1 at this point. Every week now, it feels as if one laptop maker or another has a new machine to consider, and both AMD and Intel are investing heavily in the advancement of mobile CPUs. This week, Dell's the lucky winner. They're introducing the Inspiron R series, which features Intel's new and improved Sandy Bridge series of processors. These new rigs... Read more...
The Dell Inspiron Duo is an impressive sight. It's not often that we're this enamored by a device's physical design, but the Dell Inspiron Duo simply does it for us. The machine is a feat of engineering, and it really redefines the convertible laptop segment. This 10.1" machine is part netbook, part tablet, but unlike many rivals, it doesn't compromise much in terms or portability and form factor to be both. When you open up the package, it looks like a Mini 10 or any other 10" netbook. But once the lid is open, a simple press on the LCD allows it to swivel around and lock into place, in reverse.... Read more...
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