Right, it’s Valentine’s Day, and if you’re sitting and staring at this, chances are that you’re all alone in this world. If you weren’t, you’d be in the midst of a romantic walk, or in some mutual daisy hair-threading.
Alienware, the premium gaming brand Dell bought six years back, is taking a different path with its latest gaming PC offering. It’s gone smaller, but unlike Razer we’re not talking about a laptop or tablet here -- we’re talking a small form factor (SFF) PC with the goods to best its gargantuan rivals packed into something barely bigger than an Xbox 360.
Dell's XPS 13 is their official entry into the Ultrabook market. On the outside, it doesn't look terribly different from other Ultrabooks (hello teardrop design!), but a closer examination reveals that Dell took a very interesting approach to the materials they used in their machine. Namely, carbon fibre.
Here’s one for you if you’re at the end of your phone contract and are looking to get yourself one of them there ‘smart’ phones that play music and videos, and have alarm clock features, oh and that Snakes game -- loads of stuff.
Dell's approach to letting customers configure their PCs can be a little daunting, so I applaud them for providing helpful advice. Except in this instance where an image implied that choosing a cheaper graphics card would mean a blurry desktop.
Michael Dell, famous for making affordable PCs with his name tattooed on 'em, is also infamous for once saying if he was CEO of Apple, he would "shut it down and give money back to the shareholders". Well he totally didn't mean it like that. Or kind of did. Or something. It's confusing.