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Many ultra-compact mini PCs debuted at Computex 2015, and we've rounded up some of the more interesting ones for you here. As it becomes possible to cram increasingly powerful hardware into smaller devices, the entire computing experience has never been more flexible.
Dell has announced the 24-inch P2416D IPS monitor, targeted at a broad mainstream audience that includes office users, photo enthusiasts and gamers. Sporting a Quad HD (2560 x 1440) resolution, the monitor aims to bring crisp, high-quality displays to its customers at a more affordable price.
Samsung has announced that it will be pre-installing Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, OneDrive, and Skype on select Samsung Android tablets this year. And it isn't the only Android OEM to do that.
Dell went back to the drawing board to come up with a new design ID and made the smallest 13-inch notebook even more compact, lighter, powerful and has a gorgeous edge-to-edge display. Meet the new XPS 13.
The Venue 8 7000 series actually boasts a number world's first achievements, but the most attention grabbing of all has got to be its insanely thin 6mm profile. Find out what else this US$399 Android tablet has going for it!
With the looming releases of version 1.0 of SteamOS and full fledged Steam Machines next year, ready made PCs that are meant solely for playing games may become the norm one day. But in the meantime, we get pseudo-consoles like the Alienware Alpha.
We've seen smart computing technology before and HP even has one coming out but we've never seen one like this anything outside of sci-fi movies. Would you want this to be your next 'desktop'? Check it out and drop us your thoughts!