A new Dell study reports that the gaming community is growing larger than ever due to diversification and inclusiveness, resulting in a gaming market that exceeded $30 billion in 2016 and is forecast to grow at a 6% CAGR through 2019.
Dell have refreshed their range of commercially-orientated Latitude, OptiPlex and Precision series of portable PCs.
You can get the Dell Inspiron 13 i7370 with a quad-core, 3.4GHz 8th-gen processor for $599 at the Microsoft Store today.
The Dell U2718Q 4K monitor plus a $200 Dell eGift card is $500 on Dell.com today.
Dell's new mainstream gaming laptops include the G3 15 and G3 17, the G5 15, and the G7 15, with prices starting at $749 for surprisingly well-equipped models.
Dell's new XPS 15 brings a 6-core Core i7 Coffee Lake CPU and faster GeForce graphics to a stellar 15-inch laptop.
A version of the Dell Inspiron 15 5566 is available from Dell's business store today for $500.
The Dell U2412M with 1920x1200 resolution is $160 at Staples today.
The Dell C1760nw is just $75 right now, while others are selling it for $130 to $220.
Dell's S2417DG is just $380 right now, which is the best price you'll find for this G-Sync monitor.
Right now, Dell is selling its XPS 8930 VR for $882—which is the current retail price of the GTX 1070 inside it.
As Intel warns against installing its latest Spectre patch, Microsoft issues a new patch to remove the older one -- along with the ability to toggle protections on and off.
The Dell S2817Q comes loaded with a 2ms response time, 60Hz refresh rate, and a whole mess of ports.
The free Dell Mobile Connect app works with iPhones and Android phones, and lets you make calls, play games, or use apps that are stored on your phone.
Everything announced by Dell at this year's CES.
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