Just like every year, popular consumer electronics manufacturer Dell is present at CES in Las Vegas. At the ongoing event, the company has introduced a handful of new products like the G5 15 SE (Special Edition) laptop. In addition, the company has introduced three concept devices called the Concept UFO, Concept Duet, and Concept Ori. The Dell G5 15 SE is a gaming-centric notebook with the 3rd-gen AMD Ryzen 4000 H-series processors and latest AMD GPUs. As for the Concept UFO, it is a Switch-like portable gaming device, while the Concept Duet and Ori are a couple of interesting foldable Windows-powered products.
Dell G5 15 SE specifications and features
Talking about the Dell G5 15 SE, it is the company’s latest gaming-centric laptop. It has arrived as the brand’s first G series offering to flaunt a 15.6-inch full HD display with a 144Hz refresh rate and the 3rd-gen AMD Ryzen 4000 H-Series processors, which are paired with the new AMD Radeon RX 5600M GPUs. The notebook utilises the AMD SmartShift technology to provide an optimised performance by intelligently shifting from the processor and GPU as required. The gaming laptop has “Game Shift” macro key, Alienware Command Center, 3D audio, and a central game library for easy customisations. Notably, the device can be configured with multiple storage options, including up to 1TB SSD and 2TB HDD storage. The Dell G5 15 SE will be available at the starting price of $799.
Dell Concept UFO, Duet, and Ori specifications and features
The Dell Concept UFO is an interesting portable gaming PC, which can be used as a Nintendo Switch-like gaming console, thanks to the detachable controllers. The device has an 8-inch display bearing 1,900 x 1,200 pixels resolution. The portable offering is powered by the 10th-gen Intel Core processors, and is equipped with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Thunderbolt port. You can use the accessory in many modes like gaming console, a portable PC, and attached to additional devices like external screens, a mouse, and a keyboard for full-fledged PC experience.
The Dell Concept Duet is a product with two 13.4-inch displays. Apart from letting you use it as a laptop, it also allows you to take a pen and touch-enabled second screen wherever you are. The device has a 360-degree rotatable hinge, which allows the concept laptop to spin all the way around for usage in multiple modes. Not many details about the Concept Duet’s internals have been revealed by the company at the moment.
As for the Dell Concept Ori, it is similar to the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold, which features a single screen that can be folded like a book. The device has a 13-inch touch-enabled screen, which supports a stylus pen. The company said that “The Concept Ori provides a seamless experience, which is perfect for reading articles in vertical mode and scrolling down the page, watching movies and more”.
Since the Dell Concept UFO, Duet, and Ori are concept products, we don’t expect their commercial counterparts to make it to market anytime soon.