• Paul Fingleton

CES 2017: Dell unveil exciting products and refreshes

January in Las Vegas is an exciting time in the technology industry, the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has all kinds of weird and wonderful gadgets on display. Continuing the trend of recent years, Dell has used the show to how their products have changed from dull to delightful.


More than adding new Intel Kaby Lake processors, Dell's new lineup has several surprises up it's sleeve.


The XPS 13 was a beautiful laptop when it was originally launched, with it's almost bezel free Infinity Screen. Dell is adding the XPS 13 2-in-1 to the XPS family. Offering a flexible 360-degree hinge for productivity and viewing options using Continuum and a fan-less design means silent running for up to 15 hours of battery life.


Dell Canvas is a 27-inch QHD smart workspace, a touch screen that can do more for content developers and designers. Canvas can be used at an angle, similar to Microsoft's recently released Surface Studio, but can also be used flat on a desk. The similarities to the Surface Studio are not just in passing as the Dell Canvas was developed in partnership with Microsoft. Think of the Dell Studio as the gorgeous interactive (via touch, pen and totem / dial) screen of a Surface Studio that can be used with any PC,


As 4K becomes the new standard for home televisions, Dell leapfrogs this technology with their UltraSharp 32 Ultra HD 8K monitor. Yes, 8K. The first 32-inch 8K monitor available packs in over 33 million pixels (280ppi) or approximately sixteen times more than Full HD (1080p).


For more details about all of Dell's announcements at CES visit Dell's CES page

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