Dell

  • Vertical groups coming to Windows 10 tile layouts

    Over at The Verge, Chris Welch has posted a photo from Microsoft’s Windows 10: The Next Chapter event. The photo shows a Dell Venue 11 Pro running Windows 10 but you’ll notice it looks different than what we’ve seen to date. The start menu is on the left, that’s...
  • Review: Hands on with the Dell XPS12

    “An Ultrabook with the added bonus of being a tablet, what more can you want?” Well you can have this with the Dell XPS12, powered by Intel. I had a chance to test out Dell’s XPS12 Ultrabook convertible. After using it for about a week now, I am overall...
  • Dell unleashes their Windows 8 hardware

    While there was no fancy 2 hour press conference at 4am, but today hardware manufacturer Dell has had a cracker. The company announced their first round of Windows 8 products. The large variety of new form factors is on display here and touch now standard on almost every new...
  • Dell XPS Duo 12 and XPS One 27 coming to Australia in October

    The recent IFA conference in Europe showcased an enormous amount of upcoming devices. Think of it as the 2nd CES for the year. Dell were at that conference to show off some new hardware  the Dell XPS Duo 10 Win RT Tablet, the XPS Duo 12 convertible ultrabook and...
  • Review: Dell 14z Ultrabook, affordable portability arrives**

    Last month Dell launched their entry level 14Z Ultrabook. We got a chance to spend some time with it here at techAU and now have a detailed review, letting you know if you should throw down your hard earned. Hardware The Dell 14z aka, Inspiron 5423 features a Core...
  • Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook now available

    The latest entrant into the Ultrabook category in Australia is Dell, with their thin and light XPS 13. I managed to get hands-on with Dell’s Macbook Air competitor at the recent KickStart Forum. Initial impressions were good, in that it’s weight and therefore portability is very competitive. Weighing 1.4kg,...
  • Dell Streak arrives on Optus October 1 (next Friday)

    Dell have announced a partnerships with Optus to sell the Dell Stream in Australia from October 1st. The Streak will go on sale for $0 upfront on a $59 cap or those looking for more freedom can buy it outright for A$649. Dell are calling the Streak a 5...
  • Dell gets customer service, very very right

    After posting a couple years back about a bad customer service story with Dell, I felt it was important to also write about a good experience I’ve recently had. Blogs are often criticised for simply being a platform to complain, I’d like to disprove that theory now. Around a...
  • Dell Zino HD now available in Australia

        Dell’s answer to the Mac Mini is now available in Australia. Making for a great home theatre PC, the Inspiron Zino HD comes in 2 flavours, the lower end will set you back A$599 and the higher end A$699. Of course if your an enthusiast, you can...