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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 also launches 2 new 'Inspiron' laptops. Pixabay

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 laptops. Representational image, Pixabay

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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Coronavirus Derails Significant Tech Summit in Silicon Valley

After Facebook, coronavirus derails Intel event in US

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Coronavirus has derailed another significant tech summit in the Silicon Valley, this time from global chip-maker Intel which on Monday decided to postpone its "Intel Labs Day' conference that was scheduled from March 12-13 here. Pixabay

After Facebook, Coronavirus has derailed another significant tech summit in the Silicon Valley, this time from global chip-maker Intel which on Monday decided to postpone its “Intel Labs Day’ conference that was scheduled from March 12-13 here.

The company said in a statement that the briefing sessions would not be organised as scheduled “due to the COVID-19 impact on the ecosystem”. “We are revisiting launch plans,” said the company.

Facebook last week cancelled ‘Global Marketing Summit’ in San Francisco that was scheduled from March 9-12. Over 5,000 participants were expected to attend the event.

“Out of an abundance of caution, we cancelled our Global Marketing Summit due to evolving public health risks related to coronavirus,” said a company spokesperson. IBM said it cancelled its participation in the RSA cybersecurity conference here from February 24-28 due to concerns over China virus outbreak.

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The company said in a statement that the briefing sessions would not be organised as scheduled “due to the coronavirus/COVID-19 impact on the ecosystem”. Pixabay

“The health of IBMers is our primary concern as we continue to monitor upcoming events and travel relative to COVID-19”, the company tweeted.

San Francisco International Airport is among 11 locations through which all flights from China to the US are being funneled for coronavirus screening.

Last week, United Airlines Flight 901 from San Francisco was placed under lockdown after landing at London’s Heathrow Airport on Friday as the captain told passengers someone on board might have Novel Coronavirus. Other passengers were eventually allowed to disembark but the sick person was kept behind, reports The Daily Mail.

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China’s National Health Commission on Monday reported 70,548 confirmed coronavirus cases and 1,770 deaths, with 10,844 people discharged from hospital. In the 24 hours until midnight on Sunday, 2,048 new cases and 105 new deaths had been recorded over the previous day. (IANS)