CES 2017: Dell announces world first 8K monitor, XPS 27 PC, XPS 15 laptop, Micro PC
Things got pretty crazy today for Dell. With announcements coming left right and center, we decided to compile all of the devices that the hardware giant brought out today into one neat package. Between a laptop, an 8K monitor, a Surface Studio-like device and a Micro PC, Dell definitely brought their A-game.
Dell XPS 27
The XPS 27 is Dell’s take on the Surface Studio, and it looks pretty amazing. The device’s pricing starts at just $1.499, and it offers a 6th Gen Intel Core i5-6400 or i7 – 6700 Processor, along with up to 32 GB of RAM and 1-2 TB of hard drive space. The device also has several speakers built in that creates a sound-oriented experience for users.
One of the coolest things to come out of CES 2017 so far has to be the Dell UP3218K. This monitor is the first of its kind, delivering to its users a whopping 7680 x 4320 resolution. This 8k monitor has 1.03 billion colors, and offers an obscene amount of detail to graphic designers looking to squeeze all of the juice out of their monitor. This monster goes on sale March 23rd, and is being sold at $4,999.
Dell XPS 15
Looking for a new laptop? The XPS 15 may be what you’re looking for. Sporting 7th generation Kaby Lake processors, up to 32 GB of RAM, and the new GTX 1050, this machine is a pretty solid choice for anyone looking to grab themselves a new laptop. It’s more than capable of gaming for those who are interested in that, and it’ll be a reliable gadget for anything else you get into. The XPS 15 goes on sale starting at $999, but we don’t know when it comes out just yet.
OptiPlex 7050 Micro PC
Dell’s new Micro PC looks to be a good option for someone on a budget who wants to get themselves a desktop PC. The machine is humble but powerful in its own right, and can be configured with 7th generation Intel Core i7 processors if that’s the sort of performance you’re looking for. It can support up to 64GB of RAM, up to 2TB of storage space, and it can even support an AMD Radeon R5 430 or R7 450 if you’d like. It goes for sale starting at $679 on February 17th.
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