Dell laptop review: What we know about the Pavilion laptop

Dell’s first laptop, the Pavilion 10 Pro, is arguably the biggest new addition to the company’s line-up this year.

The 10 Pro has been on sale for some time, and has been in production for more than two years, and is widely regarded as the best laptop around.

It comes in two configurations, one with a 1080p display and one with an IPS screen, which offers the same performance and colour options as the current laptop, but with an extra touchpad and a touchpad stylus.

It also has a fingerprint reader, a headphone jack, a docking station and an extra USB-C port, but it also has an extra power brick and a faster SSD.

The Pavilion 10 Pros also includes two Thunderbolt 3 ports, which is a big improvement over the existing Thunderbolt 3 interface.

It’s also one of the most powerful laptops around, thanks to its Intel Core i7-7Y57 processor, 8GB of RAM and a 3TB HDD.

If you’re looking for a budget laptop, there’s no shortage here.

Read more Dell is also rolling out a number of new laptop models in 2016, including the Pavilion 17 and Pavilion 17 Pro, the latter of which is priced at $1,199.

If the Pavilion 9 Pro is any indication, Dell is still keen to expand its range in the future.

Read our review of the Pavilion 18 Pro.