Dells adds 27-inch U2717D IPS InfinityEdge panel to lineup
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UltraSharp Series, 2560x1440p

Following its new lineup at CES 2016, Dell has just added another 27-inch InfinityEdge display to its UltraSharp series with WQHD resolution and an IPS WLED-backlit panel.

Dell pushes Inspirons on gamers
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A Dell is not just for business

Grey tin box shifter Michael Dell is trying to convince gamers that its normally dull business machines are exactly the sort of thing they want.

Dell announces 30-inch 4K/UHD OLED monitor at CES 2016
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Dell Ultrasharp UP3017Q can run on USB Type-C alone

Dell has announced a rather impressive but also quite expensive new 30-inch 4K/UHD OLED monitor at CES 2016 show in Las Vegas, the Dell Ultrasharp UP3701Q.

Bun fight over Dell’s Perot
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Everyone wants a bit but no one wants to pay

A bidding war is taking place over Dell’s Perot Systems but no one seems to want to pay the full wack.

Quanta and Wistron doing well out of servers
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Succeeding at Dell and HP's expense

Quanta and Wistron say they are landing more cloud server orders from their clients in 2016 as Internet service providers see HP and Dell as too pricy.

Dells says there will be no EMC sell-off
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Other than VMWare of course

Tinbox shifter, Michael Dell has confirmed that the has no intention to asset strip EMC and flog off small bits of it.

Dell mocks Cook’s PC doom-saying
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The “post-pc” era has been good for the PC

Tin-box shifter Michael Dell mocked the prophecy of the Grand mufti of the Apple Cargo cult, Tim Cook who insisted that the PC was on its way out.

Dell’s EMC deal could be taxed to oblivion
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Tax theat

Michael Dell’s $67 billion plan to take over storage giant EMC could be killed off by the US taxman.

Compal gets Dell and Lenovo orders
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Intel Purley servers

Compal Electronics is rumoured to be getting orders for its Intel Purley platform-based servers from Dell and Lenovo.

Notebook sales sink 17.5 per cent
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Still not hit rock bottom

Global notebook shipments have continued to fall and do not appear to have hit rock bottom yet.