Now a private company, Dell is responsible for a whole range of devices not just covering the Windows platform. Currently not making phones – though we still carry a fondness for the Venue Pro – Dell is at least responsible for some of the finest Ultrabooks and gaming PCs on the market.
Two of the crown jewels are the XPS and Alienware lines. Alienware holds a long standing reputation among the gaming community while the XPS range is Dell's high-end, more consumer focused brand.
As of CES 2015, Dell's latest and greatest includes the incredible new XPS 13, a 13-inch laptop in the form factor of an 11-inch with options for a QHD touchscreen display and the latest 5th generation Intel Broadwell chips. There's also the refreshed XPS 15 which remains the same on the inside, but now packs an incredible 4K display on the outside.
13 March 2015
Dell is one the top makers of laptop computers in the U.S. The company, which has been around since the mid-1980s, has a long line of laptop computers that include the Inspiron, Latitude, XPS and Alienware models...
New from Dell
06 January 2015
When it comes to Ultrabooks and laptops these days, the competition is stiff, even more so with the advent of the Broadwell series from Intel. Today, Dell stole the show with their refresh of the XPS 13 laptop, which is now available for purchase...
06 January 2015
Besides the super impressive XPS 13 Ultrabook announced today at CES, Dell also is refreshing their XPS 15. The XPS 15 is my primary laptop that I reviewed a few months ago and it is still one of the best on the market...
The easiest laptop upgrade ever
29 January 2016
We recently reviewed the Dell Inspiron 15 7559 and thought it was a solid gaming laptop starting at just $799. Its biggest problem was the slow loading times because of a slow hard drive. We'll show you how to add a couple of affordable upgrades for better performance.