Dell is rolling out a new model of its power-efficient, dual-core Dell ELCs in the US.
The Dell EMD 2700 is now available at retail.
It features a Dell logo and is priced at $999.
The 2700 includes a 2700T and an optional 2700C.
This model includes a dual-screen setup with the 2700D model.
It also includes a 4GB DDR3L memory, a 5-inch, 1920×1080 IPS display, and a 10-megapixel camera with LED flash.
The new 2700 comes with a 10.2-inch FHD (1920×1080) screen, a 2TB hard drive, and the power-saving Dell EMI PowerEdge 7100 chipset.
It comes with 2 years of Dell E-Home service and comes with 24/7 Dell support.
Dell is also selling a Dell E3 laptop.
The E3 includes the Dell Emd 2700, a 1TB hard disk drive, an optional wireless router, and comes equipped with the Dell Wireless Connection Kit.
It is also compatible with Dell’s wireless hub.
This Dell EPC is available for $799.
It includes a 7-inch 1080p display with a 1.8GHz processor, 512GB SSD, and an 8GB RAM.
This EPC also comes with Dell support for Dell’s PowerEdge 2400, PowerEdge 2500, and PowerEdge 2600 products.
Dell will also be selling a new Dell ECC 2700R.
This is a new 27-inch 4K display with an NVIDIA GeForce GT 940MX GPU, a 6GB of RAM, and 802.11ac WiFi.
It has a 6-inch 1.2GHz Intel Core i7-3517U processor, 64GB of storage, and support for 802.15ac Wi-Fi.
Dell has also released a new 13-inch EMC 2700W.
This 13-incher comes with the EMC 2800 chipset, an Intel Core M3-12800T CPU, 64G of DDR3 RAM, an 8.3-inch display, an integrated webcam, and HDMI output.
It supports up to 3GB of DDR4 memory, and it comes with 3 years of service.
This new 2730W will cost $799, with a 14-inch 2K display, a 3.5GHz processor with 1GB of memory, 802.10ac Wi and Bluetooth 4.0.
This unit also comes without a wireless router.
This 2730 is available at the Dell Online Store for $999 and will be sold in November.
The 2800 is the same model but comes with an optional 802.16ac Wi network, which is compatible with 802.14ac WiFi.
The 2900 will come with an Intel i5-2410M processor, 128GB of SSD storage, an 11.6-inch 5K display and support of 802.1X.
The 3200 will come without a network, and will cost an additional $100.
This 2800 will be available in November for $1,999.
It will also come with Dell PowerConnect software, which allows you to configure it for a network of up to 10 devices.