Dell launches wave of new devices

The refreshed range includes updates to the XPS 15, Inspiron All-in-Ones and S Family monitors

Dell has launched an extensive lineup of consumer-focused PCs and displays, including a range of super-powered all-in-ones, gaming laptops and enhanced monitors.

The company'snew range of comprisesan updated XPS 15, Inspiron 15 2-in-1s and an Inspiron 15 7000 2-in-1 Special Edition,Inspiron 22 and 24 3000 all-in-ones (AIOs) andS Family monitors. The company'sXPS 15 2-in-1 will also now be available in abrushed onyx colour.

New features packed inside theXPS 15 laptop include Dell'sCinemaColor to boost the colour range of the display,CinemaSound for improved sound quality andCinemaStream, designed to improve the flow of streamed video and music, offering a smoother multimedia performance.

The updated 2-in-1s pack in anInfinityEdge 4K display, powered byIntel's 8th Gen Core processors and the top-of-the-range models sport Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1050Ti graphics card. Everything is packed into a 16mm shell.

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Dell's Inspiron 22 and 24 3000 AIOs featureup to a 7th Gen Intel Core processor, 16GB storage andare available with either a 21.5in or a 23.8in FHD IPS monitor. They, too, include Dell's CinemaStream and CinemaSound tech.

This feature set has been bumped up for theInspiron 24 5000AIO with anIntel 8th Gen Core processor,Nvidia GTX 1050 gaming quality graphics, with up toup to 32GB DDR4 memory, while theInspiron 27 7000AIO offers the same specs, with a27in InfinityEdge display, boasting up to 4K UHD resolution.

Dell'sS Family monitors are available in23, 24 and 27-inch variations,with a borderless display, withCinemaSound,built-in dual HDMI connectivity anddual 5W speakers.

"We pride ourselves on always bringing the latest innovation to consumers and iterating when new advancements are made available," said Ray Wah, senior vice president and general manager of Dell's consumer and small business product group. "We couldn't be more excited with the beautiful designs, cinematic experiences and enhanced performance our new consumer portfolio brings customers."

Image courtesy of Dell

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