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Lenovo has put the Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ on sale in the United States. Unveiled in February and joining the current Yoga Tablet 8 and Yoga Tablet 10, the Yoga Tablet 10 HD+'s 10.1-inch 1920x1200 display can be set into three different positions, and is backed by a 1.6GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor with 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a rear 8-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, and a 9,000mAh battery. Running on Android 4.3 with 4.4 due soon, Lenovo is selling the Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ for $369, with shipping set to begin within three weeks.
Dell has revealed the Precision M3800 Workstation, a high-performance notebook that manages to keep its weight down to just 4.5-pounds. Despite packing in a powerful fourth-gen Intel quad-core Core i7 processor and Nvidia Quadro graphics, it also just 0.7-inches thick. Dell claims that it is the ‘world’s thinnest and lightest workstation ever.’
Today, Dell announced a three-model expansion to its Precision mobile workstation lineup—the M4700, the M6700, and the specialty Covet model. All three models are intended for desktop replacements, and are certified for many of the major vertical-market applications for CAD/CAM and engineering.
Dell has just announced four newly updated Precision tower workstations for business professionals with Intel's 32nm, eight-core Xeon E5-2600 processors. Other than the new chip, the towers get an externally-removable power supply that doesn't require any tools. It is lockable and has a built-in handle that lights up green when it's functioning properly.
The Dell Precision M6600 desktop PC that's due to ship on May 10 is now available for purchase in the UK. The 17.3-inch notebook has some high-end options, including a quad-core 2.5GHz Core i7, as much as 16GB of RAM, 512GB of solid state storage space and a 2GB NVIDIA Quadro 4000M graphics processor. A 1080p display with multi-touch support is another high-priced option.
The new Dell Precision mobile workstations, the M4600 and M6600, have been quietly dated and priced. The notebooks which had their specs recently leaked, will arrive May 10, with the 15.6-inch M4600 priced from $1,678 while the 17.3-inch M6600 is priced from $2,158. Both will run a choice of Intel’s second-generation Core i5 and Core i7 processors.
The Dell Precision M4600 and M6600 mobile workstations first seen in February have now received more tech specs thanks to an online manual, though it's since been removed. The 15.6-inch M4600 and 17-inch M6600 can be optioned up to Intel's Quad Extreme 2920XM Core i7, rated at 2.5GHz, and as much as 32GB of RAM. The smaller, 6.3lb notebook gets a 1GB AMD FirePro M5950 GPU that can be upgraded to a 2GB NVIDIA Quadro 2000M.
Dell on Tuesday focused some attention on its pro-level Precision and Optiplex systems. Its most Precision M4600 and M6600 are the most genuinely new models and also the most secretive. The two should replace the 15.6-inch and 17-inch existing workstation notebooks and are likely to use Intel's 2011 Core (Sandy Bridge) processors along with new workstation graphics and a slightly refreshed design.
Dell on Wednesday sent out a media invitation to an event in San Francisco on February 8. It promises to showcase the "new generation of business computing solutions designed to meet the evolving needs of IT and end users." The header also reads "Dell means business," so the focus will very likely center on workplace PCs.
An upcoming notebook from Dell has appeared on the FCC site recently. Dubbed the Brooks, the 15-inch notebook should include and ultra wideband (UWB) radio, WWAN and Wi-Fi, according to a label on the technical diagram. It's not known whether the Brooks will be part of Dell's Precision range, though it will share some of the same wireless components as the M4600 and M6600 notebooks.