Ahead of CES 2021, Dell has announced a number of new products. The most notable additions to the brand's line-up are the updated Latitude 9000, 7000, and 5000 laptops. Read more about them down below.
The ProBook 635 Aero G7 from HP comes across as an ultralight notebook powered by the AMD Ryzen 4000 Series mobile processors. It is priced starting at ₹74,999 in the Indian market.
After setting foot in the smart TVs and smartphone space, Nokia is now entering the notebook space as well. The first notebook under the Nokia brand is the PureBook X14, which it has launched in collaboration with Flipkart.
After launching it earlier this year in May, Microsoft has introduced the Surface Go 2 and Surface Book 3 in the Indian market. Sadly, the Surface Book 3 is only available for commercial customers via commercial resellers.
The Mi Notebook 14 e-Learning Edition comes across as the more affordable version of Xiaomi's Mi Notebook 14 from earlier this year. It comes with an Intel Core i3 processor and 8GB of RAM.
The Dell XPS 17 is, essentially, a premium thin and light laptop from Dell, which comes with all the goodies and features you'd expect from an XPS series laptop. It starts at ₹2,09,500.
Available in three configurations, the Redmi G gaming laptop starts at CNY 4,999 (₹53,799) for the base configuration, going all the way up to CNY 6,599 (₹71,099) for the top-end variant.
The all-new premium notebook from Lenovo, touted as the Yoga Slim 7i, is aimed at an audience looking for a great looking laptop that fits into their work lifestyle. It starts at ₹79,990.
American multinational computer technology company, Dell has announced four gaming laptops in India, which include Alienware M15 R3, G5 15 SE, G5 15, and G3 15. According to Dell, the gaming laptops will cater to the developing market for gaming PCs in the country.
Dell has introduced both the XPS 13 and XPS 15 in the Indian market. Where the smaller XPS 13 is an ultraportable machine, the larger XPS 15 is a bigger notebook aimed at the creative professionals.