Part of Dell's UltraSharp line, the U3415W is a premium product that promises high performance — and it’s priced accordingly. Does it keep that promise?
Dell's most expensive tablet to date is powered by an Intel Atom Z3580 and uses the Android Lollipop OS.
Dell introduced a 24-inch 2560 x 1440 monitor -- exactly what we've been waiting for...three years ago.
We stopped by Dell's showcase at CES 2015 to have a look at the company's Alienware Graphics Amplifier to get a better idea of its inner workings and what Dell intends to do with it.
Ever since Intel trumpeted the Dell Venue 8 7000 Series tablet and its RealSense camera at IDF 2014, we've been eagerly anticipating more information, and that day has arrived.
The curve is in at this year's CES with screens in both 16:9 and 21:9 aspect ratios debuting from multiple manufacturers. Dell's new addition to the genre is the U3415W.
Predictably, Dell brought a number of new SKUs with it to CES. The company has updated its line of Alienware gaming notebooks, as well as its Inspiron and XPS family of notebooks.
Putting a 4K monitor on your desktop means either spending four figures on a 32-inch IGZO screen or going on the cheap with one of the new 28-inch TN-based models. We already reviewed Asus’ PB287Q. Today we look at Dell’s version, the P2815Q.
The ransomware CryptoLocker was defeated, but its successor, CryptoWall, has already encrypted more PCs and files, and it should prove a lot harder to break.