A preliminary review of Dell’s entry-level 2-in-1 notebook that features a Intel Celeron or Pentium processor, and priced at an affordable RM1,499.
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Dell today launched a beastly buffet of notebooks and All-in-One (AIO) desktops in Malaysia, starting with the latest Inspiron 14 and 15 3000 Series notebooks, Inspiron 14 and 15 5000 Series notebooks and Inspiron 20 3000 Series and 23 5000 Series AIO desktops.
The annual Computex in Taipei, Taiwan, is Asia’s very own CES – a showcase of the latest and greatest computing devices, gadgets, components and accessories. This year will be no different, as Taiwanese and global brands strive to ignite the PC marketplace at Asia’s biggest IT trade show which officially kicks off tomorrow (Tuesday, 3 June).
On 8 April 2014, the world finally bid farewell to the venerable Windows XP. Microsoft officially retired support for the 12-year old operating system as well as Office 2003, including automatic security patches. To make transitioning to the latest technology powered by Windows 8 and Intel technology for SMEs easier, Microsoft Malaysia has partnered Telekom Malaysia (“TM”) and Intel Malaysia to […]
I have to admit: I enjoyed my time with the Alienware 17. My home mid-range AMD rig was left abandoned throughout the time the monolith of a notebook stood on my desk. Continuing from Part 1 of the review, let’s look closer at the performance supported with some benchmarks and real-world gaming.
Alienware is a name synonymous with gaming hardware since 1996 and has been a brand of choice for many gamers both casual and hardcore. In June 2009, Alienware introduced the M17x, its first gaming product since the Dell acquisition. Now Dell’s premium gaming brand, Alienware has continued to churn out gaming notebooks and PCs with its distinctive alien-themed industrial design. […]
So now that you’ve a general idea of what the business-focused Dell Latitude 10 tablet has to offer, how does it translate into real work? In Part 2, we’ll see how it fares in daily tasks – both at work and play. It has received favourable reviews in the industry thus far. It even caught the attention of PCMag, garnering […]
Dell isn’t a stranger to the tablet form factor. Remember the early Android-powered Dell Streak 5 and 7 tablets circa 2009-2011? Considered ahead of its time although sadly they didn’t enjoy much commercial success. Fast forward to 2013, Dell is back in the tablet game with a difference. The Dell Latitude 10 is Dell’s first Windows 8 tablet, and targeted […]
Dell has rolled out new notebooks in its premium XPS range – the XPS 11 and XPS 15, along with a refreshed XPS 13 Ultrabook, packing in new Intel “Haswell” architecture, stunning new Quad HD+ displays and Windows 8.1.
At last month’s 40th SIGGRAPH 2013 International Conference and Exhibition, AMD showcases its portfolio of workstation hardware solutions, powering visual computing experiences for content creation with industry leaders Adobe, Autodesk, Christie, Dell and Optis.
Tech Thursday #3: Dell Vostro 5460 Review, iPhone 6 Concept, BlackBerry Z30, ASUS New Line-up and more
We took a break last Thursday due to the Hari Raya Aidilfitri celebrations, but now back with another awesome bag of tech updates for the week. Much has transpired but hey, that’s the way tech goes! Read on and enjoy.
I’ve been getting this question a lot of late — “What notebook should I get for under RM2,500?” I feel it’s not a bad budget these days, with the plethora of value devices being offered in the market. For a little over RM2,000 you are likely to find some good entry level towards mid-range notebooks. One such option could be […]