Dell is finally launching its first digital locker at the new North American International Auto Show in Detroit this week.
The company has previously announced the existence of a physical locker in the US, but has been coy about the details.
It will be interesting to see if Dell is able to leverage its cloud infrastructure to offer a better locker experience than what’s currently available.
The key here is that it’s a physical thing, so you’ll need to be able to physically bring your own devices and documents in and out of it.
This could include the ability to access your files on an iPad or iPhone, or the ability for you to securely access your file and folder on your PC.
The Dell digital locker will be available in the U.S. starting this Monday, and will be priced at $199.99.
We’ve had the chance to try out the Dell digital lockers previously, and it seems pretty great.
It feels more like a physical copy of the one you have, with a few notable differences.
First, you won’t be able transfer files between computers.
There’s no file sync feature, so if you want to transfer files, you’ll have to use an external device.
Second, the Dell locker doesn’t have a camera to capture your photos and videos.
Third, there’s no built-in keyboard or mouse, though it does come with a keyboard dock and a mouse, which are nice additions.
The physical locker also has no built in NFC, though Dell did make the Dell logo on the top.
What it lacks in features, it more than makes up for in convenience.
The first thing you’ll notice is that the Dell lockers are about the same size as a regular desktop locker.
The desktops are slightly wider than the laptops, but the laptops are about 3 inches wide, so the desktops will be roughly equivalent in size.
It’s important to note that this is a physical desk, so your desktop won’t fit snugly on the back of your laptop.
It also means that if you have a laptop with a bigger display, like a laptop that’s a bit larger than your desktop, you will need to place it in a different position on your desk.
In the center of the desk is a tray that can be slid out to hold documents, so there’s a lot of space for them.
There are also some small screws on the bottom of the locker that are used to secure it to the desk.
This makes it easy to take your documents and files from your laptop to your desktop and vice versa, or to transfer between your laptop and desktop when you’re away.
This is all to say that you’ll be able access your documents, photos, and videos in the digital locker in a few minutes.
This feature will work just fine with any Dell laptop, and you’ll probably find it easier to use than using your laptop as a desktop for files.
If you don’t have an existing Dell laptop but want to get one that’s slightly bigger, there are a few different options.
The one we tested was the new 13-inch XPS 13.
It comes with an optional keyboard dock, which allows you to use it as a keyboard.
This keyboard dock is actually an Intel Ultrabook-style dock with a built-out keyboard dock that’s connected to your laptop through an optional HDMI cable.
We tested this dock, and we’re happy to say it works well for our tests.
This dock is only $60, which is quite a bit cheaper than the Dell desktops we’ve reviewed, but it does have the added benefit of allowing you to add a mouse dock to your XPS, which will also be able for you, as well.
You can also purchase the Dell-made XPS Pro 13, which has an optional mouse dock.
This mouse dock will also work fine, and is $100 more expensive.
We liked the XPS 10 Pro, which came with an Intel Core i5 processor and 8GB of RAM, a full 16GB of storage, a keyboard, and a HDMI cable that’s included with the dock.
It was also slightly wider at 15.5 inches.
We had a bit of a problem with the keyboard dock not coming with the mouse dock, as it doesn’t come with the extra USB-C port on the Xps Pro.
If that was an issue for you and you wanted to use your keyboard with your Xps, you can get it for $200 with the bundled mouse dock and $150 with the full mouse dock included.
The XPS 15 Pro is a much more powerful laptop that also comes with a laptop keyboard and mouse.
It is also available with an extra keyboard dock.
You get a 16GB SSD and an optional 8GB RAM, as seen above.
We’re still not 100 percent sold on the price of this laptop, but we did like the included USB-c cable.
If the mouse is too big for your desktops