Dell Mobile Connect mirrors your phone’s screen on your Dell or Alienware PC

There are plenty of options for controlling your phone using a PC. You can use your PC’s mouse and keyboard as input devices (like with DeskDock), or have your phone’s screen displayed as a window (like with TeamViewer or Vysor). Partnered with Screenovate Technologies, Dell has built its own screen mirroring tool for select Dell and Alienware PCs, called ‘Mobile Connect.’

In addition to displaying your phone’s screen, Dell Mobile Connect also works as an AirDroid/Pushbullet alternative.

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The best laptop deals of Black Friday 2017: Dell, HP, Apple, and more

Ah yes, the holiday season has arrived. Time to gather ’round the fireplace, drink warm apple cider, and furiously hunt for the best tech deals we can find. We here at The Verge don’t want you to spend all day sucked into the internet, so we’ve put together a list of this year’s best Black Friday laptop deals across all major retailers.

The best laptop to buy on Black Friday

The best deal is Best Buy’s sale of Microsoft’s Surface Laptop, which was our favorite laptop of the year. It’ll cost $ 899, as opposed to the usual $ 1,079. This isn’t the fully spec’d out model, but it does include 128GB of storage and 4GB of RAM.

Other good options

If you prefer Apple, B&H has some offers, including a discount on a late 2016 15.4-inch MacBook Pro…

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Could HP and Dell Get Together Again?

Technology companies tend to have very fickle relationships. For instance, Microsoft helped launch Apple, worked to kill the company, provided money to save it, and then got its butt kicked by it. Dell first partnered with EMC, then competed with it, then bought it — and the CEOs remained friends throughout. Dell and HP have had a rather interesting relationship as well. Dell used to resell HP printers, but after HP bought Compaq, the firms went to war. However, with HP now split from HPE, growth now lies in very different areas.