Dell on Tuesday launched six new S Series displays, Inspiron all-in-one and Updated XPS 15 at an event in China. The new line of devices come with Intel’s 8th Generation Core processors and are aimed at content creators and Netflix binge-watchers alike.

“We pride ourselves on always bringing the latest innovation to consumers and iterating when new advancements are made available,” said Ray Wah, senior vice president and general manager, Dell Consumer and Small Business Product Group. “We couldn’t be more excited with the beautiful designs, cinematic experiences and enhanced performance our new consumer portfolio brings customers.”

Alienware 15 and 17 gaming laptops will come with the new 8th-Gen Intel Core i5, i7 and i9 processors with up to 6-cores, thus, enabling overclocking up to 5.0Ghz. The gaming devices are currently available in the US, China and Europe.

Dell XPS 15 and XPS 15 2-in-1

The XPS 15 laptop from Dell will be updated with Intel’s latest 6-core 8th generation processors and up to NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050Ti graphics. The laptop also has a 4K Ultra HD InfinityEdge display which is fancy terminology for bezel-less and comes with a 100 percent Adobe RGB color gamut. Dell says it is the smallest 15.6-inch performance laptop in the world and is also one of the lightest.

The new XPS 15 series comes with Windows Hello log-in with an optional fingerprint reader integrated into the power button, and Thunderbolt 3 with four lanes of PCI Express and HDMI 2.0.

Coming to the new XPS 15 2-in-1, which was unveiled at CES 2018, is now available for purchase worldwide starting March 29. It is a 15-inch 2-in-1 laptop and sports the InfinityEdge 4K display in a slim 16mm form. Dell says it is the world’s smallest and thinnest 15-inch 2-in-1 laptop. The company has also announced a new Brushed Onyx colour variant of the new XPS 15 2-in-1. 

A silver variant will be available in select countries starting May this year.

Dell S Series Monitors

The new S Family Monitors come in 23, 24 and 27-inch variations with an edge-to-edge, virtually borderless display. The monitors also boast CinemaSound, which according to Dell – “Delivers life-like sound, more dynamic music and a bigger cinematic experience powered by dual 5W speakers professionally tuned by award-winning Waves MaxxAudio®”.

ComfortView optimizes eye comfort for extended viewing and built-in dual HDMI connectivity ports allow seamless switching from multiple sources.

Dell Inspiron All-In-One series

The Inspiron 22 and 24 3000  are meant to be affordable. They come equipped with the 7th generation Intel Core processors, up to 16GB of storage, DDR4 memory, and an optional Nvidia GeForce MX110 discrete graphics card.  systems come equipped with a 21.5-inch and 23.8-inch FHD IPS wide-angle monitors with an edge-to-edge display. 

Meanwhile, the new Inspiron 24 5000 all-in-one PC, Dell promises to deliver a more powerful performance along side more features. It houses up to 8th generation Intel Core processors, 32GB DDR4 RAM,  an optional GeForce GTX 1050 GPU and features a 23.8-inch borderless InfinityEdge display with up to FHD resolution. The PC includes Windows Hello and an optional IR-camera, as well as Cortana voice recognition.

Then we have Inspiron 27 7000 all-in-one laptop introduces the Intel 8th Gen Core processor and comes with an optional Nvidia GTX 1050 Graphics Card. It has 27 inch InfinityEdge display with up to 4K Ultra HD resolution. It comes with a 1TB HDD paired with a 256GB PCIe NVMe SSD. The device has supports dual drive option and support for Windows Mixed Reality Ultra DDDR4 memory.

Finally, a new variant of the Inspiron 15 7000 2-in-1 with an Abyss Black finish is also released. Bundled with Core i7 processors, a 4K UHD touch screen and higher capacity SSD’s with 16GB of DDR 4 memory and discrete NVIDIA MX130 graphics. The device will also be available in a special edition.

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