Tag: Dell

Dell and Tile partner up to launch new stylus that can be tracked

Dell has partnered with Tile to launch its new stylus. The new pen can be found easily using the Tile network, it’ll even be able to flash its LED lights and buzz to help you find it easier. The Tile app will also show where it saw it last and then you can make an attempt to find it. The Premier Rechargeable Active Pen is on sale now for $110 […]

Dell launches a new 4K webcam, using a Sony sensor

Dell has released a brand new webcam with an impressive Sony sensor which is 4K and is also built for low light scenarios. More people are still working from home and for many, that won’t change for a long time and the need for better quality webcams are needed as ones built into laptops are generally not great. Many people even purchased or used DSLR cameras as webcams over the […]

Dell reveals Q4 earnings, which did have an increase in sales

Last week, Dell revealed its Q4 earnings for the holiday quarter of 2019, which have mixed results in some areas. Overall, the company had an increase in revenue when compared to the same quarter for the year previous and also for the whole year, he revenue figures had increased too. For Q4 2019, Dell had revenue of $24 billion, which when compared to the same quarter in the year previous, […]

Dell says Alienware alone – is worth $3 billion

When Dell acquired Alienware back in 2006, Dell was at the peak of it’s status in the PC market. It was the top PC manufacturer and was shortly overtaken by HP, something they have never got back. But purchasing Alienware, the then 10 year old company looks to have been a smart move. Alienware Now over ten years on, Alienware is a successful business, specialising in gaming desktops, laptops and monitors. […]

Microsoft teams up with OEMs and Intel for new ad campaign

It’s not news anymore that the PC industry is doing badly. Just earlier in this year in July figures were released that overall PC sales were dropping 10-12% every year, whereas Mac sales were surging ahead with 5-6% extra market share in the second quarter of 2014 and 7.8% in Q2 2015. In fact Lenovo, HP and Dell haven’t done that well. Dell had a negative growth of -8.7% ad HP […]