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By Chris FennemoreCBC NewsOne of the big surprises at CES 2018 was that the major tech companies have now announced their free software suites.
We have heard about several companies announcing their suite, including Cisco, Dell, HP, Lenovo, and Lenovo, which have all said they will have free software in the coming months.
But the announcement at CES 2017 by Cisco was more significant and more exciting than any of the other announcements.
That’s because the company made the announcement on the eve of its next big product launch: the new Inspiron 13 7000 series laptop, which it is expected to release in November.
As a refresher on what we’ve covered here at CNET and in our blog, here’s the short version: the Inspiron 7000 series is a new laptop line from Cisco that will be based on the Inspiration family of platforms.
The Inspiron family of devices are designed for high-performance workstations and networking.
Cisco says the Inspirons will offer the latest Intel processors and AMD Radeon chipsets, but will also be equipped with Thunderbolt 3 connectivity, which is expected later this year.
The laptop has a 13.3-inch touchscreen, a 2TB HDD, and is equipped with a 1TB SSD.
The Inspiron is also the first Inspiron laptop to feature an Intel Core i5-4300 processor, a 12.3W Intel Core 2 Duo processor, and 16GB of RAM.
The laptop has an integrated Intel HD Graphics 5000 with up to 128GB of memory, and a 5MP rear-facing camera with dual-LED flash.
The Dell Inspiron XPS 13, which has been in production for a few months now, is the latest Inspiron to ship with the latest versions of the Intel Core m series processors and the AMD Radeon RX 480 graphics chip.
The Dell Inspirion XPS 14, which launched last year, is now available in the same lineup, as well.
The new Inspirions are designed to be a good deal more than just laptops for the consumer.
With the introduction of Thunderbolt 3, they can also be used as wireless networking devices, which means that you can connect to other computers and share your work with the devices around you.
The company also announced the availability of a new “virtual desktops” product, which enables users to connect an external hard drive or storage device to a desk or monitor and use it to work from anywhere in the office.
That product will cost $99.99 in Canada and will go on sale in Canada on October 31.
The other big news from CES 2018, though, was that Microsoft is now the first major software vendor to offer a “mobile” version of its free office suites, which will include a set of Office 365 free software packages.
That is the version of Office that is available to businesses and organizations that want to use it as a business tool for work, and it is free for businesses and non-profits alike.
Microsoft is also announcing that it is now offering a “personal” version, which includes Office 365 Enterprise and Microsoft Teams for non-profit organizations.
That version of the suite is available in Canada for $99, and will be available in other countries in the future.
Microsoft says that it will be making its free software suite available in October 2018.