Dell has launched a new notebook aimed for schools and small businesses. The new Dell 13.3-inch Latitude 3330 notebook is especially suited for educational use, which means low price. Regardless of the low price, the notebook comes with an aluminum chassis.
Back in January, Dell released an updated version of XPS 13 which got a Full HD display. The company continues to expand its XPS line by introducing XPS Tablet/All-in-One computer. The XPS 18 is an 18-inch Windows 8 All-in-One computer that can be used as a tablet.
Dell has recently released an updated Ultrabook XPS 13 which got 1080p display. Dell continues with a superb service and is now offering the XPS 13 with Ubuntu Linux 12.04 operating system. The laptop will be available for purchase in the U.S. and Europe within a week.
Alongside with news about Dell going private, the XPS 13 gets sweet update. Major drawback of the XPS 13 was the quality of the display, precisely high reflective screen, low contrast, resolution of only 1366 x 768 pixels. Dell fixed those problems with Full HD display.
Dell announced it became a privately held company in a $24.4 billion deal with investment firm Silver Lake Partners, Michael Dell. Dell shareholders will receive $13.65 in cash for each share of Dell common stock they hold, and the deal is expected to close this summer.
Michael Dell, private equity firm Silver Lake Partners and Microsoft with some help from four investment banks are all getting together to take the company private. The endgame is to give Michael Dell full control to make difficult decisions away from public scrutiny.
Dell had a minimal presence at CES 2013, but that does not mean they have nothing to show. According to company spokesperson, its XPS 13 Ultrabook is getting a 1080p screen. Dell decided to upgrade screen which was one of the most criticized things in reviews.
If we can rely on these rumours, it seems Windows 8 tablet makers are struggling because Intel doesn't have dual-core Atom Clover Trial Z2760 processor ready for mass production. Insiders say the main problem is with chip's power management softwares.
Dell made an addition to its entry-level E Series monitors with the 23-inch E2313H, an HDCP-compliant monitor with a feature-set tuned for mainstream consumers. It embeds a TN-film panel with 1080p resolution, DVI-D input apart from D-Sub, and a light price-tag.