Dell sent over a mystery box full of goodies, with the Dell XPS logo right on the box. I wasn't sure what exactly was in the box, so this one is a mystery box unboxing. There was definitely a bunch of cool Dell XPS gear and Dell accessories in the box, and I'll be bringing you a full overview of everything in a future video. Hit the video now if you want to be surprised! If not, here's a look at everything that was in the Dell XPS mystery box:
- Dell XPS 13
- Dell Premier Backpack
- Dell Premier Sleeve
- Dell USB 3.0 Adapter
- Dell Power Companion
- Sonnet Thunderbolt 3 Drive
You can pick up the Dell XPS 13 now.
Are today's laptop prices starting to worry you? If you have a laptop that's about ready to hum its last and need a replacement, there are inexpensive and dependable computers out there…if you know where to look. We're specifically talking about Chromebooks, those lightweight laptops that run Chrome OS and come with much cheaper specs than the average mobile machine. Even the best Chromebooks are limited in some ways: Because they can only run Chrome and have very limited storage, most of their work needs to be based in the cloud, on the web, or on more simple apps. However, if you don't need to run any demanding programs or save up a lot of data, they can be a very effective solution to your laptop vs. wallet problem. Here are several of our top picks for the best Chromebooks and why they shine.
Toshiba Chromebook 2 - $400
It's common to expect not-so-impressive specs on a Chromebook, so when one of these computers actually has impressive features, it's worth talking about. This Toshiba Chromebook 2 has a particularly great HD, 1080p screen: At around 13 inches it isn't huge, but it is bright and beautiful, and makes this Chromebook an entertainment device in its own right. The other features include 4GB of RAM, a Core i3 processor, and only 16GB of storage, so remember to take it easy and stream your entertainment instead of downloading it.
I bring you a unique first-look at the Alienware Steam Machine in this episode! The Alienware Steam Machine ships with the Steam Controller, and aims to bring the PC gaming experience into the living room with a small form factor that maintains the upgradability of a typical PC. Running SteamOS, the Steam Machine boots right into Steam, ready to play your downloaded games. What's more, it can even stream Steam titles from your PC on the same home network (necessary, because SteamOS isn't optimized to play all of the titles available on Steam.)
Being that the Alienware Steam Machine looks to mimic the game console experience, you only get the Steam Controller, no keyboard or mouse. You can also use Xbox 360 controllers wirelessly, as well as Xbox One controllers when connected directly to the Steam Machine by USB.
You can order the Alienware Steam Machine now.
The Dell XPS 13 is a premium laptop computer from Dell that features the Infinity Display design, bringing a 13-inch display into the small body of an 11-inch notebook. We bring you a look at the Dell XPS 13 notebook computer in this episode, bringing you a look at the stylish PC that also features an Intel Core i5 processor, a backlit keyboard, carbon fiber design, and more. You can pick up the Dell XPS 13 now, starting at $799. Don't forget to check out our Dell XPS 13 accessories video as well!
The Dell XPS 13 is an exciting notebook, bringing the size of a 13-inch laptop into an 11-inch frame. While owning one of these high-resolution beasts is awesome enough, Dell sells some fantastic add-on accessories that can enhance your experience. Whether it's the convenient Premier Backpack, the innovative Power Companion that can charge the notebook on the go, or the stylish protection of the Premier Sleeve, Dell has you covered. We go over all of these Dell XPS 13 accessories and more in this episode of Unboxing Live! You can pick up the Dell XPS 13 now, starting at $799.
Dell has announced a new 5K display, clocking in at 27-inches with a 5120x2880 resolution. That's a staggering 14.7 million pixels, 70% more pixels than you'd find on a 4K monitor. The Dell UltraSharp 27 Ultra HD 5k display also impresses with 218 pixels per inch (ppi), matching the pixel density found on the 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display. A media card reader is also built-in, as are six USB 3.0 ports to up your connectivity game. Now that it's proven that larger format Retina displays are possible, surely Retina iMacs and Thunderbolt 2 displays can't be far behind, right? OS X Yosemite has code references to 5120 x 2880 resolution, so Apple may already be readying its desktop machines for Retina resolutions.
No solid release date for the panel was given, but it should be available for purchase by the end of the year for $2499.99.
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Dell has an amazing one-day sale on a bunch of their displays today. If you're in the market for something new, today would be a great day to take advantage, saving 25% on the price with free shipping!
- 32-inch Dell UltraSharp UP3214Q 4K (3840x2160) IPS Monitor for $2,624.99 with free shipping (normally $3,499.99)
- 24-inch Dell UltraSharp UP2414Q 4K (3840x2160) IPS Monitor for $974.99 with free shipping (normally $1,299.99)
- 27-inch Dell U2713HM UltraSharp 2560x1440 LED-Backlit Monitor for $599.99 with free shipping (normally $799.99)
- 27-inch Dell P2714H 1080p IPS LED-Backlit Monitor for $299.99 with free shipping (normally $399.99)
- 24-inch Dell UltraSharp U2413 1920x1200 IPS LED-Backlit Monitor for $412.49 with free shipping (normally $549.99)
- 24-inch Dell UltraSharp U2412M 1920x1200 IPS LED-Backlit Monitor for $277.49 with free shipping (normally $369.99)
Are you gonna take advantage and pick up one of the Dell monitors? We've got our eye on that 32-inch 4K display!
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Comic Book Plus has loaded up a ton of old stuff, including complete copies of Capa-Alpha, the legendary (and still publishing) apa (amateur press association), of which I was once a member in reasonable good standing. This is from K-a #20 (May 1966), pages 21 and 21 at the link. It’s from a zine by Andy Zerbe called Saraband.
Zerbe collected the circulation reports from the various comics that published them and posted them in a list. These should be referring to the average sales from 1965. And not every title is listed; Zerbe reminded in his introduction that not every publisher and not every title had a circulation report.
There are some Marvel and DC titles included, but you’ll have to go to the link to check them out. I find this kind of thing fascinating as a snapshot of the industry at a specific time.
Naturally, looking at the numbers, any publisher today would kill to have sales like these, but it was a different era, newsstand only and there’s no going back. Here are four of the publishers Zerbe tracked: Charlton, Archie, Dell and Gold Key.
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We're back with another list of the best tech deals that the Internet has to offer today, highlighted by the Dell Inspiron 15 that you see pictured above. The laptop packs a dual-core 2.66 GHz Core i3 processor, 4 GB RAM, and a 500 GB hard drive. It typically sells for $520, but today you can get it for $380 with free shipping. More deals, including the Belkin Chef Tablet Stand for $21, after the break, and be sure to check out our Newegg promo code thread for even more savings.
We've got a long holiday weekend ahead of us to enjoy, and we figured that while you're in the shopping mood picking up some charcoal to fire up the grill, we'd give you some extra stuff to add to your list. There are a bunch of sales on gadgets, computers, HDTVs, video games, and more, and we've got a whole list of great tech deals for you to perous after the break. Some things that stand out to us are the 23" HP 231x Ultra-slim monitor for $115, Battlefriend: Bad Company 2 for $5, and the 39" TCL 1080p plasma HDTV for $350. Be sure to check out our Newegg promo code thread as well for even more deals.
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