Dell has a new docking station set to hit the streets in May which will allow you to connect up to two 4K displays to a laptop, charge your laptop and wirelessly charge your phone all using a single power cable. And that all sounds great until you look at the price tag.

Speaking of price tags, Japanese PC maker VAIO, which spun off from Sony a number of years back, has been selling laptops in the US for a while now, but the company typically focuses on high-end devices. Now VAIO is taking aim at the mid-range market, you can pick up a VAIO FE 15.6 inch laptop with an Intel Core i5 processor for $699 or pay $899 for a 14.1 inch model with a Core i7 chip.

Both have 16GB of RAM and full HD displays. But both are also shipping with 11th-gen Intel Core chips at a time when 12th-gen processors are becoming widely available.

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