Dell is probably one of the most multi-nationally recognized names when it comes to the world of computers.
They are primarily based in the United States, and they develop and sell computers and related products worldwide.
Dell provide a wide range of technology solutions. They also pride themselves in designs to meet the needs of businesses, educational institutes and personal users.
No matter what your computing needs are, Dell are sure to have something to suit your specific requirement. If you’re considering purchasing a Dell laptop, you have come to the right place.
The choice for our overall pick of Dell’s laptops is the Dell XPS 13 UHD InfinityEdge.
This laptop has some great aesthetics, with a slim design and an almost borderless display. It not only looks good though, it performs superbly too.
This Dell laptop boasts the InfinityEdge display so there are virtually no borders around the screen. Teamed with the ultra HD, this definitely sees your images pop more with the true colors and clear definition it displays.
The sound output is great and the in-built speakers perform well. The keyboard is well-designed and comfortable to use with soft touch keys. Add this together with the touch pad and you are sailing through tasks with precise and accurate navigation.
Dell has also introduced a new cooling system which won’t see long tasks slowing down the CPU as seen in older versions.
It has had a major improvement on the connection side too, with the addition of Thunderbolt 3 ports. The Thunderbolt ports support a four-lane PCI. This means you can use the laptop with an external graphics card for some serious gaming.
An ideal laptop that will suit all needs both professional and personal. Plus, with easy adaption it will even meet the needs of gaming enthusiasts.
Dell has moved the webcam on this new XPS and it is now in the center at the bottom. While this is an improvement to the previous placement at the corner it still provides more of a “nose-cam” view. Having said that, you can get much better angles and the image quality is certainly on a par with other laptops.
The slimmer design is great but has resulted in Dell ditching the standard USB and full size SD card reader. It does have a major improvement on the connection side though.
Featuring InfinityEdge and full HD, it is easy to see why this was our overall choice. The introduction of a new cooling system offers good improvement in performance, so.you won’t be seeing your CPU slow down when carrying out those long tasks.
Yes, the slimmer design means we don’t have some of the former connections but with the inclusion of Thunderbolt 3 ports we can’t complain.
Falling at the higher end of the price range could be a downside for some.
However, when you consider all it includes, the price you pay is reflected in the quality you’re getting in both performance and viewing.
Chromebooks are fast becoming popular, particularly in education institutes. Designed for ease of use and portability they are the ideal companion for students.
Dell recognizes this and as always aim to meet this ever growing need. Our choice of the best Dell Chromebook has to be this one.
This Chromebook has a robust build and, although boring in design, it should withstand drops, spillages, dust and dirt. Dell has certainly taken a measured approach when creating this Chromebook to ensure it is both strong and durable.
The robust design does make it heavier and bulkier than some other Chromebooks, but it is still light enough to carry around.
It has an 11.6-inch display that is perfect for viewing and is powered by an Intel Celeron processor. It is available with 2GB or 4GB memory options.
Even when multitasking, with numerous tabs open, you will find it performs speedily and the boot and wake-up times are fast.
The battery life is excellent and will definitely last you throughout the day. This makes it ideal for students or those who spend lots of time browsing and watching content but don’t want a larger bulky laptop.
It’s not as aesthetically pleasing as some other Chromebooks and could put some younger buyers off.
It works using Chrome OS and the drawback of this is that you need an internet connection to access the majority of apps.
Although it’s doesn’t have a funky or fashionable design, it is strong and robust. These qualities are good for something which will be carried around and see lots of use. It is ideal if you need it to stand up to the abuse a classroom and school bag can throw at it.
It has a great display and performs well when multitasking. Excellent battery life will keep you working the whole day through.
The small size makes it more ideal for kids and students or for those looking for something more portable.
Although heavier than some Chromebooks it is still easy to carry around. At such an affordable pri