Dell introduced a hybrid laptop sporting a "Haswell" CPU and Windows 8.1.
Fiction is often a far cry from reality, and there’s no better example than the computer systems featured in movies, TV shows, books, and comics. Today we’re showcasing some of the most notorious machines from works of fiction.
The first units will ship to developers, and then telecom and cable providers. Client versions will arrive sometime after that.
Intel has expanded its family of “Efficient” chips based on the Ivy-Bridge processor with the Pentium 2127U.
Windows 8 is unquestionably intended to create consistency between consoles, tablets, phones, and the PC. But the desktop world is still largely without touch input. Can Dell's XPS One 27 make the Windows 8 experience better with a gorgeous touchscreen?