article Dell has been in a constant state of transition since the launch of its new 13-inch and 15-inch laptop line in October.
With the announcement of its “Core Duo” line of 15- and 17-inch gaming laptops, Dell has taken a few steps back in terms of the form factor of its laptops.
It’s been an odd-shaped lineup, as there are two 15- or 17-incher lines, but both have the same form factor.
We know Dell will keep the same 15-inchers in the next few weeks, but we expect to see the two new lines launched in the first half of next year.
Dell’s 13-inchet “Core” series is expected to arrive sometime in the middle of 2017, and we expect the 15-core “Core Pro” line to arrive around the same time.
For the time being, we have the Core Duo line as the most interesting new addition to Dell’s lineup, but the company has made some significant changes to its gaming laptop lineup as well.
First up, the Core Pro line has been renamed “Dell XPS Max,” and it’s packing in some significant upgrades to its display and keyboard, bringing it up to 15-inches in size and 15.6 inches in width.
The Dell XPS 15 is also the most powerful gaming laptop ever made, with a 13.3-inch IPS screen and an Intel Core i5-3570K processor, but it’s also packing a 1080p display.
Dell says that the XPS 17 will be a better choice for gaming than the Core 15, but that it has the advantage of an 18:9 aspect ratio and a larger screen, so we’ll have to see what the company says about that in the months to come.
We will also have to wait and see what Dell plans to do with its “Alienware” line.
That line of gaming laptops has been steadily improving over the years, with the company bringing back the Alienware 15 R4 and the Alienis 14 with some improvements to its graphics capabilities.
The company’s new 15-in “Core i5” laptop has a 14-inch display, a 1.7GHz Intel Core processor, and a GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card.
It’s expected to be released around the end of 2017.
We expect to find out more about this line soon, but for now, Dell is keeping its new line of laptops under wraps.
The Dell X-series line of 13-in laptops, which was the first to launch with the “Core 2 Duo” processors, have been the focus of Dell’s attention in recent years.
This line has a lot of fans, and Dell is expected this year to introduce a new “Core X” line, which has a 1GHz Intel Atom processor and a 13- and 15×12-inch displays.
We have no clue about when that will arrive, but Dell has made a few changes to the lineup, bringing the X-Series line up to 13-inches and 15inchers, while also introducing a new model of its 15-Inch laptop, the Xserve.
This new laptop will be based on the XS series processor, which is based on Intel’s new Atom architecture.
Dell is also expected to introduce an “Xserve” line that includes a 13in and 15in model, with models priced from $4,299 to $5,999.
Dell has also released a new 10-in, 10-inch model for $4.99.
This laptop has an IPS display, Intel’s Core i7-5560U processor, a 3,000mAh battery, a 2-in Thunderbolt port, and an 8GB of RAM.
Dell will also be offering a new 15in “Slim” laptop, which will come with a 1,800mAh battery and 8GB RAM, but this model will be priced at $3,999 instead of the $4 and $5 price tags we’ve seen in the past.
Dell also released the Dell Xserves, which were designed for users looking to run Windows 10 Mobile on their 15-and-inche machines, but they’re expected to come in at $599 instead of $549.
Finally, Dell added an optional Thunderbolt port to its 15incher Xserves.
This port is expected at $20 a pop, but users will have to fork over $250 for this feature.
In its quest to be more accessible to the tech-savvy crowd, Dell announced its new “Diversity” line this year.
The new line will feature a range of new laptop styles and configurations, including the Dell Inspiron 13 7000 and Inspiron 17 7000, and will have a range at the low end of the price range.
Dell says that these new laptop models will be more affordable than the previous models in the