Western Digital, Toshiba announce BiCS4 QLC flash
Up to 2.66TB per package.
Ultra HD options on offer, too.
Issues with certain Dell laptops are currently plaguing users - and those affected accuse the company of removing forum threads detailing the issues and issuing bans.
Following a number of whispers at Computex, we have learned that Dell is to close its XPS Gaming brand soon.
A year buying Voodoo PCs and a year of very little, but nowthe flood gates have been opened with the launch of the HP Blackbird 002.
It's official - the animal kingdom of Ubuntu will be showing up on Dell's new Linux systems.
The people have voted: over 11,000 votes to re-introduce Windows XP into its range of home PCs and notebooks and Dell has responded in increasing their range with XP Inside.
Vadim's Cepheus Q80 is the ultimate customised rig that you can buy off the shelf. It's looks, build quality and personalisation comes at an eye watering price, but does it offer enough to hold its value?
In this world exclusive review, we take a look at the Dell XPS 700 - Dell's first machine designed for hardcore gamers. We examine the radical new chassis, check out the ludicrous cooling design, rag on the components then rip the whole thing apart to see how it's all put together. Do not miss this.
A new Intel presentation suggests that 24% of Intel PCs shipped so far this year are BTX, and there are plans to up this number.
We head down to London to get down and dirty with the new, gorgeous-looking Dell XPS 700. If you think it looks good, just wait until you see what's inside.
E3 2006: The design team at the world's biggest system integrator has clearly been working overtime, coming up with not one, but two concept designs for the XPS line.
Dell's latest release is an uprated version of its previous gaming portable. With NVIDIA's latest and greatest inside, as well as Intel's Core Duo, is this the new uber-notebook of choice?
Tagan was showing off it's TurboJet 900W unit at CeBIT. It's the only PSU certified for NVIDIA's Quad-SLI architecture.
Gateway announces a series of PCs set to rival Dell's XPS lineup. The FX510-series doesn't have the same kind of ring, but the specs look pretty impressive on paper.
Dell have announced their GeForce G0 7800 GTX notebook, the XPS M170, packing an obscene amount of power into a sub-4KG package. Is this the end of the gaming PC?
Dell has a system that sports SLI x16 as well as overclocked 7800s and a Pentium D. We've ripped it open and photographed the - novel - insides.