Dell Computers in China will soon be selling in the country, thanks to an agreement between the country’s state-run computer manufacturer and the local electronics giant.
According to a report from the state-owned Global Times, Dell plans to launch a brand-new line of laptops in the capital, Beijing, with a price tag of about $1,200 ($1,400 for the Core i5-2400).
The company will also launch a new line of desktop PCs, including an i7 model, at the same price.
China’s Communist Party has been tightening its grip on the country and has cracked down on many other products in recent years, including the release of the world’s first “smart” home appliances in March.
In addition to its laptops, Dell also plans to introduce a new desktop computer line at a later date.
The company also plans on selling its popular business laptops, including its ThinkPad, in China.
Dell is also expected to launch an entirely new line for its business laptops in 2019, according to the report.