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Alienware 15 Review: Designed for high-end gaming

Designed for high-end gaming, the Alienware 15 packs powerful hardware rivalling decent gaming desktops. To make sure we got the message that they mean business, Dell sent us the top-spec model to review: 15.6-inch Ultra HD display, a GeForce GTX 980M dedicated GPU, a Core i7-4710HQ processor, 16 GB RAM, and 1.5 TB of storage split between a hard drive and SSD. This is one seriously powerful laptop.

Alienware 15 review

Dell announces new Chromebook 11 and a Windows-based counterpart

Dell has just announced a refreshed model of its education-focused Chromebook 11, featuring a more durable design and slightly upgraded hardware including a dual-core, Intel Bay Trail-M Celeron processor clocked at 2.16GHz alongside a 10-hour battery and a faster 802.11ac…

Op-Ed: Sexiest New Devices? PCs...

After narrowly escaping death (well, OK, not really, but a lot of people sure tried to convince us of it), the PC industry is regaining some color in its face, and starting to make some bold moves forward. Yes, the…

Dell to offer Ubuntu on Broadwell-powered XPS 13

Dell has been offering Ubuntu as an alternative to Windows on a handful of its systems over the past few years. No, they’re adding one more to the list: the recently released and highly praised Dell XPS 13 refresh. A…