Dell has announced its entire lineup of upcoming devices. The latest products in the XPS, Inspiron, and Venue 8 7000 series as well as new Alienware devices are being shown at CES right now.
The latest XPS notebooks, powered by Windows 8.1, have been unveiled, for instance. The XPS 13 – available starting today at Dell.com for $799.99 – is said to be the smallest 13-inch laptop available. And the XPS 15 (coming “soon,” at $2,349,) will output to a 4K Ultra HD display – boasting more than 8 million pixels – bold steps forward for the model. Sporting 5th generation Intel Core processors and SSDs, the two latest XPS notebooks are sure to be another hit.
Turning away from everyday users and toward hardcore gamers, Dell also announced the latest Alienware gaming laptops, both set for release at Dell.com today. The Alienware 15 ($1,199) and the Alienware 17 ($1,499,) will both include optional Intel Core i7 quad-core processors and NVIDIA GTX 980m graphics, to provide world-class support for all manners of gaming. And they’re smaller than their predecessors, too: Both the 15 and the 17 are roughly 20 percent thinner than previous models. And if that’s not enough, both are outfitted with the Alienware Graphics Amplifier to essentially guarantee smooth overclocking.
A number of other products have been emphasized as cornerstones of Dell’s 2015 calendar: The Venue 8 7000 series, for instance, is also available today (starting at $399.99) at the company’s website. The devices, powered by the Intel Atom Z3500 series processor, are said to be the “world’s thinnest tablet” (at 6mm) as well as the first to integrate the Intel RealSense Snapshot Depth camera (which promises to craft a “depth map” for each photo to enable more flexible editing).
A handful of products in the Inspiron series were also shown off on the show floor: The Inspiron 15 5000 (available now, $749.99), the 15 7000 (available now, $1,099.99), the 13 7000 2-in-1 (set for a March release), and the 23 All-in-One (available now, $1,599). Each device in the line can be customized to feature a 4K display, and they are all outfitted with Intel RealSense 3D cameras and 5th generation Intel Core processors.
Finally, the company also revealed its curved UltraSharp 34 monitor (available Jan. 8,, $1,199.99), which measures out to 34 inches by way of a super-wide 21:9 aspect ratio. As with many of the other products mentioned, it’s a high-quality take on a innovative new idea. With all these releases, varying models, and innovative accessories, Dell devotees will have a lot to choose from in 2015.