The device in question is the newest iteration of Dell’s Latitude 7400, and it clocks in at 25 per cent smaller than its predecessor. It’s the first PC to utilize a proximity sensor powered by Intel’s Context Sensing Technology, which on top of standard facial recognition also senses and
Continuing on the upgrade front, Dell showed off a slightly altered version of their XPS 13 which solves the biggest problem with the previous model, it’s webcam placement. The old XPS 13 had the webcam located just above the keyboard, making it rather awkward and unflattering, whereas the new model has it positioned snuggly on the top of the screen. The device will be available in February and will retail for $899.99 USD.
Dell Cinema is also getting a couple of upgrades in the form of Cinema Colour 2.0 and Cinema Sound 2.0. Cinema Colour 2.0 is enhanced by Dolby Vision and adds a more vivid picture experience with deeper, richer colours. On the sound side, Cinema Sound 2.0 utilizes Waves MaxxAudio NX, which tracks users head movement and provides
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