The American company's announcement came in very early, in a bid to beat off arch rivals Acer and Lenovo. The brand unveiled a new line up of computer devices, including the Inspiron 17 7000, heralded the world's first 17-inch 2-in-1 convertible laptop with built in support for an active stylus. Dell unveiled a new 13” and 15”, the latter equipped with an optional 4K UHD touch screen and NVIDIA GeForce 940MX. The entire 7000 series suite included 8th Gen Intel Core processors, USB-C with DisplayPort and Power Delivery support.
As a first of its kind, Dell unveiled its first mixed reality headset, the ‘Visor'. The item is Dell's version of Microsoft's HoloLens, though features a flip-up visor which offers easy transition between the real and ‘artificial' world.
Dell also launched the XPS 13, positioned as the smallest 13.3” laptop in the market, which still boasts 8th Gen Intel Core i7 and an optional Quad HD+ Infinity Edge touch screen.