A variety of mainstream and business PCs -- and even a few printers -- round out Dell's PC announcements at Computex.
The computer maker is announcing that the bulk of its PC lineup will be available with Windows 8, centered on existing systems like the XPS 13 ultrabook and the XPS One 27.
While there are plenty of off-the-shelf solutions that you can buy, you'll get the most reward by getting down and dirty and building your own PC. Here's a rundown of what you'll need to do.
Dell announced updates to its Optiplex line of business desktops and Precision workstation family.
Alienware announced a new x51 slim tower gaming desktop, with a starting price of $699. It will be available for purchase on January 18.
We recap Dell's announcements and Rafe gets banned, even if this is first show back. Sprint's "industry first" is a dual screen phone, and also the first mobile device with screen-on-screen action. The Verizon iPhone is already jailbroken. Plus, we'll pay you in Smurfberries!
We're intrigued by Acer's new Aspire Revo RL100 living room system.
At Dell Means Business event in San Francisco, company unleashes 39 new products, including a new Windows tablet aimed at businesses.
PC maker unveils a "new generation" of gear for business computing--some 39 machines, including portables, desktops, and workstations. Dell also plans a 10-inch, Windows 7 tablet for later this year.
Would it be impossible for a desktop vendor to design a striking living room case that would remain relatively affordable, but also generate enough consumer enthusiasm to succeed sans badge?