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Dell Unveils New Gaming Laptops And AIOs In Its Inspiron Series

The Inspiron AIO carries a 4GB "GDDR5 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050".

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Dell India on Thursday launched new laptops in its “Alienware” series, high-performance gaming “G Series” and All-in-Ones (AIOs) in its Inspiron series.

Dell “G3 15” gaming laptop will be availale at a starting price of Rs 80,990 from July 13, Dell “G7 15” gaming laptop will be available at a starting price of Rs 1,24,690 while the price of Alienware 15 laptop starts at Rs 1,46,890.

The price of Alienware 17 laptop starts at Rs 2,08,790 while “Inspiron 24 5000” AIO at Rs 91,690.

“Dell earned the trust of our consumers as the ‘most trusted brand’ in 2018. It is our responsibility to maintain the trust with the best in all categories of PCs we operate in,” P. Krishnakumar, Senior Vice President and General Manager-Consumer and Small Business, Dell India, said in a statement.

“Dell continues to work towards being in the top consideration set for all kinds of gamers and gaming communities,” Krishnakumar added.

The 15-inch Dell “G3” is powered with 8th Gen Intel processors and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 TI.

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Dell “G7” features 8th Gen Intel core i9 processors, NVIDIA GeForce GTX up to 1060 with “Max-Q” design technology.

The Inspiron AIO carries a 4GB “GDDR5 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050”.

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Alienware 15 and 17 are built with premium materials and feature 8th Gen Intel Core i9 k-Series processors and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080. (IANS)

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Dell Admits That Hackers Tried to Steal Customer Information From its Network

Users were requested to rest/change their passwords the next time they log in to Dell.com

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Global computer maker Dell Technologies has admitted that hackers may have tried to break into its customers’ accounts as it detected “unauthorised activity” on its network this month.

The company has also hired a digital forensics firm to conduct an independent investigation and engaged law enforcement.

No Dell products or services were affected, the company said on Wednesday.

“On November 9, Dell detected and disrupted unauthorised activity on our network that attempted to extract Dell.com customer information, limited to names, email addresses and hashed passwords. Upon detection, we immediately implemented countermeasures and began an investigation,” the tech giant said in a statement.

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However, post investigation, the company did not find any conclusive evidence whether any customer information was stolen.

“Furthermore, there is no indication that any credit card or other sensitive customer information was targeted. We have cybersecurity measures in place that limit the impact of any potential exposure, including the hashing of customers’ passwords,” the statement added.

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Dell has reset the passwords of Dell.com users to further protect them and their accounts.

Users were requested to rest/change their passwords the next time they log in to Dell.com. (IANS)