The PC industry is rapidly evolving.
This year alone, we’ve seen an explosion of new components, new video, and more.
There’s a new way to look at the PC as a whole.
In this episode of The Verge’s PC roundup, we look at three new high-end gaming systems that promise to transform the way we look, play, and interact with the hardware in our living rooms.
These systems have the potential to radically alter the way our homes look, feel, and use our devices, and they are worth your time to check out.
Dell Latitude 5550 Gaming System With a 5th-generation Intel Core i5 processor, a Radeon Pro 450 graphics card, a 500GB hard drive, and an Intel HD Graphics 4000, the Dell Latitudes 5550 is a gaming powerhouse.
The system ships with a pair of 2K screens and a pair.
The first screen is 4K, with HDR support and HDR+ for 1080p and HDR for 4K.
It’s the highest resolution display you’ll see on a laptop right now.
You can also pick up a pair more 4K screens if you want to go up a resolution.
Dell’s system is built on top of the company’s existing Laptops series, so you’re getting a dual-core processor with a quad-core CPU, but it also has a more powerful graphics card.
We’ll talk more about that later.
The Dell Latitudals 5550 ships with 8GB of RAM, a 256GB SSD, a 1TB hard drive for extra storage, and Intel’s HD Graphics 6000.
It supports 4K video, HDR, and HDR+.
We like the extra screen space for video and for extra space to store the system’s storage, but the system also comes with a 1.3TB hard disk drive, which is nice.
If you don’t want to add a hard drive to your system, Dell’s software allows you to choose between two storage options: one with a 2TB harddrive for extra redundancy, and one with 256GB of free space for future upgrades.
We think you’ll be able to get away with the 1TB option for now, but we would still recommend going with the 2TB option, if you need a solid storage solution.
Dell also has an option for an 8GB storage upgrade, which we like a lot.
The laptop also has two USB 3.0 ports, a headphone jack, a mic, and a full-sized HDMI port.
If that’s not enough, the laptop comes with an HDMI cable.
Dell has also added a Bluetooth 4.0 adapter to its laptop lineup, which means you can connect it to your TV for wireless audio.
The Latitudes laptop is powered by Intel’s latest 6th-gen Intel Core processor, and it’s a very capable processor.
It can handle the demanding tasks that you’re likely to run for a long time without the system needing to go more than a few minutes without restarting.
We tested the Dell system for several hours, and the performance of the system is excellent, with the system performing well even in games and general use.
There are no major hardware problems with the Dell laptop, and there are no performance bottlenecks when you’re playing games or doing other intensive tasks.
We also liked the ability to connect the system to a TV through the HDMI port on the left side of the laptop, which allows you access to TV programs and even video apps from your laptop.
The Laptop series also ships with 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4, and USB-C, so it’s easy to take your gaming or video use with you wherever you go.
The price of the Dell laptops is a bit higher than we expected, at $1,999, but that’s probably because it’s also on sale.
We highly recommend getting a Dell laptop with an 8th- or 10th-generational Intel Core CPU and a 4K display if you can, and getting the Dell System for $1.9,000 or more.
Razer CoreBook C300 Gaming Keyboard With a full Razer Core set, this is a very versatile keyboard.
It has the latest technology and a premium feel, but with an easy-to-use, intuitive layout and a wide range of functions, you can build a gaming keyboard that will last for years.
The Razer Core series keyboard includes Razer TrackBlaze and Razer Force, two mechanical keyboards that are designed to offer accurate and precise responses to different types of keys.
The TrackBlazer offers a 10-key rollover for the long-press and the fast-recoil, while the Force has a much better response for the downstroke.
You’ll also get two extra function keys for a customizable layout that you can customize.
You also get a built-in fingerprint reader, which lets you unlock your laptop without touching a finger.
Razer offers a set of interchangeable backlit