Looking for a budget-friendly laptop for school, work, or play? Each of these computers -- including our No. 1 pick, the Asus Zenbook UX305UA -- the will get the job done without digging too deep into your pockets,
Crack open your wallets ladies and gentleman, as Dell is offering a brand new XPS 13 laptop with a rose gold coating and it will only cost you an extra $700 - and that's before you put in all of the fancy new hardware.
The latest generation of mobile hardware provides excellent battery life, brilliant display quality and outstanding performance, often at the same time. But you only need one laptop — and we know which you should buy.
Dell has launched two new UltraSharp monitors that support a hefty 1.07 billion colors, making them ideal for digital artists and ad designers who need precise color matching. One model is a flat 30-inch panel while the other is a curved…
In addition to revealing new Alienware products at PAX West, Dell introduced a new 24-inch gaming monitor packing support for Nvidia's G-Sync technology. It offers a native 2,560-by-1,440 resolution at 165Hz, and a 1 millisecond response.
On Friday, during PAX West, Alienware and Tobii will reveal a new gaming product that will take advantage of the latter company's eye-tracking technology. It may be a gaming notebook that uses Tobii's IS4 platform for laptops…
Dell just launched its new XPS Tower and XPS Tower VR desktops, providing students with plenty of power for system-intensive applications (and a little PC gaming too). The Special Edition model is certified for the Rift and HTC Vive.
Dell has updated its storefront with a new 27-inch monitor packing AMD's FreeSync technology. The display's low price should make it an appealing accompaniment to AMD's new, affordable RX series of video cards.
Dell issued hotfixes patching vulnerabilities found in SonicWALL Global Management System and SonicWALL Analyzer, revealed by security firm Digital Defense. Several vulnerabilities allowed hackers to change the administrator's password.
Say goodbye to the Dell Venue series. The company will no longer be selling or supporting the Android tablets. That's not to say it's the end for Android and Dell, it just means the company is focusing on Windows 2-in-1s for now.