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Tablets are getting thinner and Dell has the thinnest tablet to date, at 6mm thin. The latest Android tablet is also the first product to feature Intel's RealSense 3D camera.
Dell has made available two 15-inch offerings in its Precision workstation series that caters to both moderate and demanding workloads, as well as new Inspiron consumer notebooks and all-in-one desktops. Other new products include OptiPlex all-in-one desktops and UltraSharp UHD monitors.
Earlier this week, Dell released two of their latest 2-in-1 laptops, one 11-inch laptop that updates its current model to a faster processor and a 13-inch addition to the current series that features a 4th generation Intel Core processor.
Tech News Dell Launches New Venue Tablets
At Computex 2014 earlier this week, Dell introduced two new Venue tablets based on the latest Intel Atom (Merrifield) SoC. These latest x86-based Android tablets will replace their previous tablets using the older Cloverview SoC.
Dell has further partnered with Google to develop the Dell Chromebox for meetings, an integrated solution designed to help geographically dispersed teams conduct meetings from a large variety of devices, from nearly anywhere, and collaborate 'face-to-face' in a virtual environment.
Dell is finally shipping the Wyse Cloud Connect, an ultra-compact device that is shaped like a thumb drive. It features an ARM Cortex-A9 processor, and is powered by Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. It is targeted at enterprise users looking for a cost-effective and secure computing platform.
To help customers harness the employee productivity gains Dropbox offers while maintaining IT control and visibility of data, Dell will be offering Dropbox for Business so customers can provide their employees with a secure enterprise file sharing and collaboration solution along with their new Dell products.
Dell is no stranger to 4K monitors, with a 31.5-inch monitor in its product stable. But for those wanting a smaller display, the company has responded with two new smaller screen-size models featuring the same resolution as their larger sibling.
Michael Dell and investment firm Silver Lake Partners have completed their bid to buyout Dell, taking the company private for US24.9 billion. Dell shares will no longer be traded following the end of business today with existing shareholders receiving US$13.88 per share.