Popular Dell Articles for 2013
Dell is going to introduce a pair of tablets running the newest version of Microsoft's flagship operating system in the coming weeks. One will be mid-size, while the other is[...]
One of the big announcements coming from this week's Intel Developer Forum is that the latest generation of Atom processors have begun shipping. These are scheduled to be included in[...]
At IDF today, a Dell executive took to the stage to show off the company's new Venue line of tablets, including an 8-inch model, running Windows 8.
When Dell took the wraps off the Venue series of Windows 8.1 and Android tablets, the company said these would launch on Oct. 18. This isn't quite true.
There's a new version of the Dell XPS 10 that adds built-in very high-speed wireless networking for easy Internet access on the go.
Dell revealed its new Latitude 10 essential configuration. The new configuration is aimed at users who want an affordable full featured. The 64GB version of the tablet is available for[...]
The roadmap of Dell's tablet plans has leaked out, giving a glimpse at the three models it plans to release in the coming months.
The number of tablets in use made by Apple, Samsung, and other top brands could exceed 285 million by the end of 2013, according to ABI Research.
In addition to a pair of Windows tablets, Dell has also taken the wraps off two inexpensive tablets that will run Google Android.
Those who would like to try the preview versions of Windows 8.1 and Windows 8.1 RT can now download these from Microsoft.
Microsoft has been releasing a series of ads that compare Windows-based tablets with Apple iPad. The latest of these models is the Dell XPS 10.
Dell has not given up on Microsoft's oft-maligned Windows RT operating system, and is working on follow-ups for its current tablet running this operating system.
A high-level Dell executive has admitted his company has sold only "hundreds of thousands" of its XPS 10 and Latitude 10 tablets.
For a time, the Dell XPS 10 was one of the most affordable Windows 8 RT tablets. That time is over.
A high-level Dell executive said this week that his company is going to focus on business-oriented tablets that run Windows, as it believes that's the best way it can stand[...]
A mysterious device appears on the roadmap of upcoming Dell tablets that leaked out last month. This could be the company's first Android tablet in quite some time.
For a limited time, Dell has significantly dropped the price of the XPS 10. This tablet runs Microsoft Windows RT and includes a 10.1-inch display.
Microsoft has finished the initial development of Windows 8.1 and has released it to the companies that will be producing tablets, laptops, and desktops running it.
Although Microsoft has revealed a great deal of information on Windows 8.1, there's one detail it has kept quiet: when it will be available to the public. A source with[...]
On Monday, Dell revealed its newest addition to the XPS line, the XPS 11. This appears to be Dell's answer to Lenovo's Yoga line of convertible notebooks -- devices that[...]