Coming straight off the heels of Gamescom 2018, where Dell had showcased its latest gaming monitors and the refresh of their Alienware desktops, the multinational computer technology firm has unveiled new suites of innovative devices at IFA 2018.
It unveiled the enhanced Inspiron and XPS portfolios which are built with a combination of beautiful design, superior material and top performance dedicated to deliver a device for every function and user.
Inspiron 13 7000 2-in-1 combine performance and premium design
The new Inspiron 13 7000 2-in-1 delivers sophistication with a cool brushed aluminum exterior with a smooth feel and sleek design.
The 13-inch 2-in-1 leverages premium features, including Intel 8th Generation U Series processors, optional 4K UHD screen and a thermal flow to move hot air out through hidden vents, providing top performance and a comfortable experience during extended computing sessions.
The device also features three-sided narrow borders thanks to a new 2.7mm miniaturised webcam that offers greater performance in low light with Temporal Noise Reduction – the first PC-integrated USB camera to use this technology.
The Inspiron 13 7000 2-in-1 is also Alexa-ready so PC users can create lists, set reminders, ask for the weather, play music, manage appointments and more – all with their voice. Alexa support will be available end-September 2018 onwards.
Inspiron 14 5000 laptop – flexibility and function at incredible value
The new Inspiron 14 (5480) will be available in platinum silver, with narrow borders completing the stylish look with a three-sided narrow border on the 14-inch.
A USB Type-C port provides power delivery and display support, and a fingerprint reader which is available on the power button.
This product boosts a wealth of features, such as up to 32GB of DDR4 storage options including SSDs and dual drives, optional discrete graphics up to NVIDIA® GeForce® MX150 Graphics, and an optional backlit keyboard.
XPS 13 2-in-1 updates
In addition, the XPS 13 2-in-1, the smallest 13-inch 2-in-1 on the planet, now offers Intel’s latest 8th Generation processors.
The 2-in-1 comes with Dynamic Power Mode to extract maximum performance from the processor, as well as up to 15 hours of battery life and a stunning viewing experience with UltraSharp QHD+ InfinityEdge touch display.
Dell SE monitors – perfection from every angle
Dell also is introducing a new line of SE monitors with essential features for everyday computing.
The new FHD monitors (SE2219H, SE2419H and SE2719H) come with thin bezels and are available in 21.5-inch, 23.8-inch and 27-inch screen sizes.
Built with IPS panel, enjoy colour consistency and accuracy across wide viewing angles.
Each of the SE monitor also comes a flicker-free, low-haze screen atop a compact, space-saving base. With this new line, Dell now has a full refreshed range of consumer monitors.
Legacy of Good
Dell believes technology has a critical role in driving human progress. Technology and expertise can be put to work where it can do the most good for people and the planet. As part of that commitment, Dell is using “Circular Economy” principles, designing out inefficiencies and turning “waste” into valuable resources.
In India, air pollution can be extreme, and in 2017, air quality in the city of Delhi in November 2017 was so poor that it was akin to smoking 50 cigarettes per day.
To combat this, Dell partnered with a small India-based start-up, Chakr Innovation, to capture soot from diesel generators and transform it into ink for printing on packaging.
Dell has since shipped approximately 150,000 boxes printed with pollution ink.
As part of Dell’s Legacy of Good commitment to achieve 100% sustainable packaging by 2020, majority of its XPS portfolio now ships with ocean-bound plastics packaging, with plans to expand this across other product lines.
At the same time, the company is reducing use of single-use plastics by going strawless at global facilities, including in Malaysia.
Dell is committed to applying its expertise, technology and resources toward addressing global challenges like the ocean plastic pollution crisis, which is featured at IFA this year.