DELL unveiled a series of new personal computing products during the recently-held Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
THESE days, the PC manufacturer Dell has a falling problem. Along with global PC sales, its own sales are dwindling. The former world number one is now third, behind Lenovo and HP. To make matters worse, smaller manufacturers like Asus and Acer are snapping at its heels. Even in its once untouchable portable segment, sales are falling. Dell badly needs a winner - or a slew of winners. Is it possible that the new XPS 15 laptop heralds the beginning of a turnaround?
Fresh from the Malaysian rollout of Microsoft Corp’s Windows 8, the most radical re-design of the Redmond, Washington-based tech giant’s operating system, OEM partners have been lining up to unleash their devices on the Malaysian market.
Dell has announced business and consumer PCs built for Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 8 operating system, and has made available for pre-order three new PCs in its upcoming fall portfolio: the XPS 12, XPS One 27 and Inspiron One 23.
Dell has expanded its XPS laptop portfolio with the XPS 14 for consumers who desire connectivity and performance, no matter where they are. The XPS 14 provides long battery life and connectivity for those who need to get online wherever they are, the company said in a statement.