Ever since smartphones were introduced more than a decade ago, PC users have had to split their attention between the two devices they use the most. For the first time ever, Dell introduces a complete wireless integration between smartphones and PCs, allowing Android and iOS users to make calls, send texts, get notifications* and even mirror their phone onto their PC screen to interact with all of their favorite mobile apps*.

Avoid splitting your attention between your PC and smartphone while working, studying or playing a game. Get notified of your phone calls, SMS, IMs and other app notifications right from your PC screen and decide whether to respond. You control which app notifications come to your PC.

  • You will never miss a single call or notification from SMS, WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram, Venmo and other mobile apps. Enjoy a more satisfying communications experience on your full-size PC keyboard, screen, and speakers.
  • Get direct access to your phone apps on your PC through the advanced mirroring function. Enjoy having your favorite mobile apps on your PC screen and control them with your PC keyboard, mouse and touch display.*
  • Using advanced Bluetooth and WiFi Direct technologies, you can keep your phone in your bag or anywhere within the wireless range and not miss any notifications. Hit pause to stop getting mobile notifications on your PC whenever you want.
  • Your data remains secure through a point-to-point connection between your smartphone and PC, never going through the internet or WiFi routers. Your phone data is only accessible on your paired PC while you are in range.

*available on Android only

†Source: Dell Press Release

GamerGal // Pop Culture Editor

GamerGal, more commonly known as Dani, is a Pop Culture Editor for Royal Flush Magazine. She is a lover of all things gaming. Her favorite game franchises include Resident Evil, Silent Hill, Kingdom Hearts, Halo, Dance Dance Revolution, and Rock Band. When not gaming, she's navigating the dangerous waters of Web Development while having a long lasting love/hate relationship with IE7.