A new Dell computer running at the fastest speeds is getting its final upgrade, and the final word is coming from Dell.
The company is saying it will upgrade all of its machines running the Core i7 processors to the new Core i9, the most powerful model of the new family.
The upgrade will be done over the next two years.
“Dell has upgraded all of our Core i-Series machines to the Core 9 processors,” said John Trowbridge, president and CEO of Dell.
“We are very proud to be able to deliver the most advanced PC platform for the business environment that we have ever developed.”
This upgrade will bring the Core 10 and Core 11 processors to all of Dell’s business laptops.
“The Core i10 and Core i11 will have increased clock speeds, better integrated graphics, and a new, more powerful version of Intel’s Turbo Boost technology,” said Trowbridges, who is also the company’s president of product management.
The updated Core 10, which is the highest-end processor in the new line of laptops, is expected to bring performance improvements over the Core 11, which debuted last year.
The new Core 11 will be the first computer with an integrated graphics chip and the first high-end laptop with a 3D camera, which means it can capture photos and videos at high resolution.
The Core 10 also features a redesigned trackpad, which Dell says has been optimized for touch input.
The latest Core 10 laptops also feature a USB Type-C port and a much more compact form factor.
But this new upgrade is also good news for the consumer market, which has been in the middle of a CPU and graphics upgrade cycle for years.
Consumers are expected to see these new laptops in the coming months.
The last major upgrade to Dell’s PC line came with the introduction of the Core S series, which were the fastest and most powerful models of the series.
In addition to being more powerful than its predecessors, the new models also come with a new operating system that is based on Windows 10.
“In the coming years, we are making significant investments to improve performance and responsiveness on all our PCs,” Trowbridge said.
“With the new generation of Intel Core processors and our improved Core graphics, we expect that consumers will be able easily transition to the next generation of products.”
A few years ago, Intel’s new high-performance desktop processors were seen as a must-have for any computer.
That was until Intel released its latest high-level chip, the Skylake-X, which brought with it some of the same new features as its predecessors.
But in recent years, Intel has struggled to keep up with demand and the consumer base has grown.
The recent surge in Intel’s stock price has given the company the opportunity to finally hit the ground running with new high end PCs.
In a recent earnings call, Trowberson said the company will continue to invest in new technologies and products, including new chips for gaming, and will continue the transition from a PC platform to a cloud-based platform.
“There are several factors that have contributed to our recent surge,” he said.
But Trowbreys claim that while the company is not able to hit the market with a full new line, it is already doing better than the competition.
“Today, we have the fastest CPUs, the fastest graphics, the best networking, the latest software and the best cloud computing platform,” he told investors.
“This will be a good year for us to see what we can do to continue to deliver on our promise to our customers.”