Tag Archive: Dell

Which Dell Chromebook should you buy?

Best answer: The best Chromebook you can buy from Dell today is the 13.3-inch Dell Chromebook 3380. Just know ahead of time that only the version with 16GB of storage has a touch screen, though.

Dell: Dell Chromebook 3380 ($ 349)

Buying into a brand

Sometimes buying a product is as easy as picking the one you like without worrying about which company made it. For some of us, though, a laptop isn’t a thing you  [Read More…]

The Best Non-Amazon Deals on Prime Day from Best Buy, Dell, eBay

Amazon’s Prime Day is right around the corner, but Amazon isn’t the only place to go for deals this summer. Retailers know they have to put in an effort if they want your attention over Amazon, so the deals are coming in fast and strong this year. As Amazon’s Prime Day grows, so does the competition, and that only means good things for you. If you are not a Prime member, are looking for deals that Amazon doesn’t cover (like  [Read More…]

Dell discontinues its Android-based Venue tablet line; ends OS upgrades for current products

Dell has confirmed it will not be launching any new tablets in its Android-based Venue family. It also won’t be pushing out any OS updates to the Venue tablets that are already sold to customers, although it will continue to honor any currently active warranties and service contracts.

According to PCWorld:

“The slate tablet market is over-saturated and is experiencing declining demand from consumers, so we’ve decided to discontinue the Android-based Venue tablet line,” a Dell  [Read More…]

Best accessories for the Dell Chromebook 13

Giving you ideas on how to accessorize your Dell Chromebook 13.

The Dell Chromebook 13 is a small, lightweight laptop that’s powerful enough to get the job done, whether you bought it for work or for school.

It’s great on its own, but there are many accessories that help you get the most out of your Chromebook experience. Here are a few of our favorites.

Dell Premier Briefcase iPearl mCover Hard Shell Case Dell in-ear headset  [Read More…]

CES 2016, Day 3: HP, Netflix, Dell, Honor, and more!

CES officially opened today, and the show floor was absolutely packed with the latest and greatest wares from companies around the globe. Sure, a lot of the big announcements were yesterday, but that didn’t stop anybody from rolling out even more new gadgets and services. This is CES, after all, and what’s a day of CES without a bunch of new tech? 06 January

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Google Pixel C vs Dell Venue 10 7000 Series: an Android tablet keyboard showdown

Google’s first in-house tablet is very pretty, but far from an original idea.

There’s a lot of excitement surrounding the shiny new Pixel C from Google, and with good reason. It’s a spec powerhouse, it’s running the latest and greatest version of Android, and it is so damn pretty. A big selling point for this tablet is its keyboard, which connects to the tablet with a series of powerful magnets and even receives power from the  [Read More…]

Save up to 35 percent on a refurbished Dell Chromebook 11

If you’re in the market for a Chromebook on the cheap, Dell’s factory outlet store is currently running a deal that could net you 35 percent off its refurbished units of its Chromebook 11 laptop.

Dell Chromebook 13 review

Finally, a solid mid-range Chromebook here to save us from a seemingly endless line of cheap choices.

The quick take

For anyone who wants to use a Chromebook on a regular basis, and values getting extra performance and hardware quality at an added price, Dell has made the Chromebook for you. It offers solid performance and a high-resolution display, while also incorporating the creature comforts like a metal chassis, glass trackpad and backlit keyboard. It’s still  [Read More…]

Dell Venue 8 7840 snags Android 5.1 update

Android 5.1 has started rolling out to the Dell Venue 8 7840, bringing along minor tweaks and improvements to the tablet, along with added improvements from Dell.

Review: Dell Venue 10 7000 Series

The first convertible laptop running Android you should ever even think about buying.

Large Android tablets are hard. Most apps aren’t formatted to take advantage of the extra screen size, and the frequent implementation of 16:9 aspect ratio means using anything with a screen larger than eight inches is cumbersome at best. The best we’ve seen from these devices is a focus on gaming or media consumption, but when these devices enter the $ 400+ price  [Read More…]