Category : Dell

A Steal of a Deal- Latitude 13 7000 Series 2-in-1

 

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At $599, this 2-in-1 combines a laptop and tablet in perfect harmony. Whether it be business needs, student work, or basic computing, a 2-in-1 is the ultimate solution. Be free to switch between typing on a keyboard, and writing with a tablet, without the need for multiple devices. Superior performance makes way for easy to navigate user-friendly features. And it’s a Dell, which means a 3 year hardware service warranty and onsite service with remote diagnostics.

The Latitude comes fully loaded with 4 GB of memory and a 128 GB Mobility solid state drive, sure to handle any and all computing needs with superior performance. The battery life isn’t too shabby either, with 10.5 of promised battery life to get you through your work or school day without having to travel with the charger. If you opt for a 2-in-1 device, most likely you are an avid multitasker with an eye for streamline technology. The Latitude is equipped with a powerful Intel Core M processor with the multitasker in mind. The 13.3 inch HD touchscreen display implements the 10 point  touch technology for pinpoint accuracy.

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This is not the average 2-in-1 device. No need to feel like you are working on half a machine, with the capabilities of a tablet but the lacking of laptop power. The Latitude is built with laptop standards in mind, so the ease of switching between tablet and laptop doesn’t feel like a compromise for efficiency.

Encryption protects you data across all endpoints, including external media and in public cloud storage, and if you have been keeping up with basically any tech news these days, this is huge. Advanced malware attacks are prevented with Dell Data Protection security tools.

Make sure to add the Dell Active Stylus to optimize the Latitude’s versatility.

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$599 is a pretty good deal for all the benefits of a tablet and a laptop rolled into one vamped up device!

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you would like to educate yourself in more detail about the information presented in this blog post please visit : www.dell.com 

Best Bang for Your Buck – Inspiron Desktop

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At $829 the redesigned Dell Inspiron Desktop is a marvelously capable machine for any and all multitaskers. Packed with a 6th Generation Intel Core i7-6700 Processor, 8M Cache, up to 4.00 GHz, Windows 7 Professional 64bit and Windows 10 Pro License, this desktop can easily handle your biggest computing needs. In addition to a super speedy processor the Inspiron comes equipped with a 2 TB 7200 rpm Hard Drive, with plenty of space to store thousands of family photos, documents, games, applications, movies, with room to spare. The new Inspiron Desktop offers powerful and reliable performance to be shared with your family in the living room or kept all to yourself at the office. In addition to the impressive specs and sleek design, is 5.1 channel sound professionally tuned by Waves MaxxAudio® Pro for a truly immersive entertainment experience. Stay connected with the latest integration of WiFi and Bluetooth technology. For the game lovers, parents, or even the technological challenged, having easy connection to devices such as tablets, TV’s and larger displays for video streaming and casual gaming is a must! This desktop comes with convenient access to VGA, HDMI out and 6 USB ports, you know, in case you don’t have enough.

 

 

 

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If you would like to educate yourself in more detail about the information presented in this blog post please visit : www.dell.com 

 

Dell’s “Project Ophelia”

Another product that seems to have grabbed some attention at this year’s CES is Dell’s 3.5-inches long by 1.5-inches wide device that they named “Project Ophelia”. Dell is attempting to have a release date set for sometime this summer and will cost under $100.

While its size is quite small it claims to pack a lot of punch doing a lot of work through Dell’s PocketCloud. There are 2 usb ports on the device designed for a keyboard and mouse on this thumb size “computer” of sorts. You can utilize the USB the device has and plug it into your computer at home or you can use the MHL port allowing users to convert and computer or TV monitor to a computer. One downfall to that is MHL is roughly four years old and only a handful of companies offer it in their products.

Personally once this type of device becomes a little more fine-tuned it may turn out to be a handy thing to own, but until then I see it as just another small gadget to loose. It seems like a great concept but if you don’t have the right set-up you’ll be using a computer anyways or have to carry around a mouse and a keyboard which defeats its purpose. The team here at BVA will keep our eyes on “Product Ophelia’s” next step and we will see where it goes.