With Kaby Lake-G CPUs
With Kaby Lake-G processors
With Visor HMD
Dell announced its own version of a virtual reality head mounted display (VR HMD) during IFA. The Dell Visor features two 1440 x 1440 LCD panels (for a total resolution of 2880 x 1440) that can be flipped up to let you see the real world around you without having to remove the headset. According to Dell, the VR is comfortable to wear even with glasses.
With fake HDR
Dell has expanded its UltraSharp series with a 25-inch model that features 2560 x 1440 WQHD resolution. Furthermore the monitor comes with an IPS panel and it’s supposed to be HDR compatible. According to Dell the display covers 99 percent of the Adobe RGB and sRGB color spectrum and a few other color standards.
With USB Type-C and KVM switch
Dell has expanded its UltraSharp series with a 27-inch model that features and 3840 x 2160 UHD resolution. Furthermore the monitor comes with a KVM switch and an USB Type-C port. According to Dell the display covers 99 percent of the Adobe RGB and sRGB color spectrum and a few other color standards.
With USB Type-C and KVM switch
Dell has expanded its InfinityEdge series with a new monitor which features a 38-inch panel and 3440 x 1440 resolution. Furthermore the monitor comes with a KVM switch and USB Type-C port. According to Dell the display covers 99 percent of the Adobe RGB and sRGB color spectrum and a few other color standards.
4K OLED panel
Dell has expanded its monitor lineup with a new model which features a 30-inch panel with 3840 x 2160 resolution and an OLED panel. According to Dell the display covers 100 percent of the Adobe RGB, sRGB and Rec709 color spectrum and a few other color standards.
Price set to 5000 dollars
Dell has expanded its monitor lineup with a new model which features a 32-inch panel with 7680 x 4320 resolution. According to Dell the display covers 100 percent of the Adobe RGB, sRGB and Rec709 color spectrum and a few other color standards. The new Dell UP3218K is one of the first 8K monitors that you can buy.
Goes by the name S2718D
Dell announced the S2718D monitor which features a 27-inch panel with 2560 x 1440 resolution and 108 PPI. Apart from that Dell states that the panel used covers 99% of the sRGB profile. Apart from that the new display supports HDR10. The display features a glossy panel with ultra-thin bezels.
With optional GTX 1050
The last iteration of the ultra-thin XPS notebook from Dell has been released about a year ago, while there has been a refresh on a yearly basis. According to the latest rumors, the new Dell XPS 9650 will feature a Kaby Lake CPU and an optional Nvidia GTX 1050 GPU.
With IPS panel and US $249 price tag
Dell has released a new and rather interesting budget-friendly 27-inch FreeSync monitor with an IPS panel, 1920x1080 resolution and US $249 price tag, the Dell SE2717H.
Dell is adding another member to it's line-up of gaming displays and we have to say, the specs of this one do sound very interesting. The S2417DG supports NVIDIA G-Sync and a refresh rate of 165 Hz.
27-inch with 2560x1440 resolution
Dell has finally confirmed the specifications of its S2716DG gaming monitor that will have a 27-inch WQHD TN panel and support for G-Sync as well as revealed some details for its first 27-inch curved monitor, the Dell SE2716H.
Part of Dell UltraSharp lineup
Dell has unveiled a new InfinityEdge monitor that will be a part of its UltraSharp lineup, the 27-inch U2717D.
The UltraSharp UP3017Q
While it does not produce its own panels, Dell is just one of those companies that usually come up with a world's first when it comes to monitors, and at CES 2016 show in Las Vegas, the company has unveiled its new Dell UltraSharp UP3017Q, a 30-inch 4K OLED monitor.
Largest tech deal in history
Dell has agreed to buy EMC Corp., one of the biggest companies in data management, for around US $67 billion, which makes it the largest technology acquisition in history.
13-incher with 12 hour battery
Dell has teamed up with Google in order to release a new Dell Chromebook 13 which will be running on Google's Chrome OS and pack some decent specifications.
10.5-incher with RealSense camera
Dell has added yet another tablet to its Venue lineup, the Venue 10 7000. Following the design of the Venue 8 7000, the Venue 10 is a different kind of tablet which is more focused on business users.
2560x1440 resolution with IPS panel
It appears that WQHD 2560x1440 resolution is finally going mainstream as Dell has announced its latest 24-inch P2416D monitor.