Dell will be launching its newest laptop on February 10th and the first consumer laptop in the company’s ‘Virtual Reality’ lineup will be called the Surface 3.
The device will be available to purchase at retailers for $1,299.
Dell claims that it will offer “the first virtual reality laptop with the ability to deliver a true 360-degree experience”.
The company has not released any specific specifications of the Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book 3 yet, but it is expected that the Surface Laptop will also feature the same new hardware.
The new laptop will be released alongside the Surface Book 2, which will also come in a range of prices, with the price point set to be between $999 and $1.9999.
In the UK, the price of the device is set to start at £799 and it will be priced at £1,199 in the US.
There will be no UK availability for the Surface Series 3 yet in the UK.
Dell is also offering a range in the form of the new Surface Book 7, which comes with a 2.8GHz Intel Core i7 processor and 16GB of RAM.
It also comes with an optional Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card.
The company also has a range that includes the new Touch ID-enabled Surface Book 5, which includes the Touch Cover 2 keyboard, and the Touch Book Pro 7, with a 6.3-inch display and a Nvidia GeForce GT 740M GPU.
The Surface Book Pro is also available with a 9-inch 4K display and 4GB of DDR4 RAM, which is the only display option currently available for the device.
The laptop will have a price tag of £1.699 and the new device will arrive in February.
There are no official pricing details for the new devices yet, however, but Dell has been quick to confirm that it is targeting the new Windows 10 OS release in the Surface line.
The first batch of Surface Books will be launched in April, with additional models expected in the months to come.
In other Windows 10 news, Dell has launched a new Surface Pro 5 that is designed to be able connect to its new Thunderbolt 3 ports, meaning that it can run the new operating system.
There is also a range available for Windows 10 that includes a 15-inch Surface Pro 3, which can be upgraded to a larger laptop for an extra £10.
Dell has also confirmed that it has signed up several new partners to work on the Surface series of laptops, with Dell confirming that it already has a number of partners working on its line of laptops.
Dell’s latest partnership with HP was announced earlier this month, with HP confirming that they will collaborate with Dell to provide its laptops with the new Thunderbolt ports.
The HP collaboration is set in stone with the company confirming that the company is working on two Thunderbolt 2 based laptops that will be ready for release in Q2 2017.
HP has also revealed that it also has plans to launch a new laptop with a 5K display, which has been confirmed to be the Surface 10.0.
The Microsoft-owned laptop company has also announced that it would soon launch a range for Microsoft employees, which include a laptop that is powered by the new Core i5-6200U processor and 8GB of memory.
Dell also confirmed a partnership with Acer for the first batch (pictured above) of its ‘X-Series’ laptops, which are set to launch in Q1 2018.
These laptops will be powered by Intel Core processors and include 8GB and 16 GB of RAM, and will be offered in two colours, white and black.
Dell will also be working on a new range of laptops for the Acer brand, with more laptops expected to be announced in the coming months.
Dell did not confirm the price for the X-Series laptops, but we have confirmed that they range will start at around £1:2,000.
Dell could be looking to launch more of its new range in April and the device will launch alongside the company a new set of new Windows desktop computers.
The devices will be made available through the Windows Store in April.
There has been some speculation that Dell may launch a brand new version of its XPS line, which were originally released back in 2015, but that the new laptops will not be part of the lineup.
Dell said that they would be launching a new line of XPS laptops in Q4 2017 and this new line will include a range with the same price and feature set as the previous XPS laptop line, but with a number changes.
For example, Dell said the new XPS Laptop 3 will include new features such as a 3:2 aspect ratio display and the ability for it to support high-resolution displays.
It will also have a ‘5-in-1’ keyboard and trackpad and support a ‘smart’ hinge design.
The Dell XPS series