Dell’s computer system to be sold in North America: ‘It’s not a niche’

Dell is expected to make the first wave of its new Linked Desktop computer system available to consumers in the U.S. in March.

The system, dubbed the Dell Linked PC, will feature Intel-powered chips and Intel Xeon processors with a price tag that’s expected to start at $1,499.

The computer will include 4K video and a 2TB hard drive, as well as an 8GB of RAM, an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 graphics card and a 1TB solid state drive.

Dell is launching the Linked desktop with a launch price of $1.49, but the system will cost $1 to $2 more than the current model.

Dell is using the first batch of its newly launched Linked computer system in North American markets.

The system was first announced earlier this year.

Dill is expecting to sell more than 4 million units of the LinkED computer system this year, according to analyst estimates from Wedbush Securities.

The company is also targeting a second wave of high-end Linked systems, which will include more powerful Intel chips.