Dell Details The Upcoming XPS 11 2-in-1 Ultrabook With Quad HD 2,560 x 1,440 Display

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Dell XPS 11

Dell today detailed their XPS 11 2-in-1 Ultrabook which functions similar to Lenovo Yoga models. You can flip the display 180 degrees to use it like tablet. XPS 2-in-1 feature machined aluminium, carbon fibre, vibrant displays, and Corning Gorilla Glass NBT for performance, durability and the ultimate experience. It will come standard with a 2,560 x 1,440 IPS display, an active digitizer for pressure-sensitive pen input, Intel Core i5 Haswell processor, a USB 3.0, Thunderbolt and an SD card reader.

Starting at 2.5lbs / 1.1kg¹ and just 11-15mm thin, the XPS 11 is the world’s thinnest, lightest and most compact 2-in-1 Ultrabook available today, offering a tablet-first design with laptop functionality. It easily transitions from tablet to laptop with a 360 degree rotating hinge design, and an innovative solid surface backlit touch keyboard that provides a superb experience from lap to bag. The XPS 11 has a bright, crisp viewing experience. The display also features True Color viewing powered by eeColor, which enables customers to enjoy true, rich consistent color in nearly any lighting environment.

Pricing and availability for the XPS products will be available in the coming weeks.



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  • redtidal

    Hopefully, this time Dell will include a SD or at least a micro SD slot.

    • DKJr

      Article clearly says SD card reader

      • redtidal

        hoho! Thanks. I guess that skipped.

  • Yuan Taizong

    I really hate this era of ”good enough” computing, I’d wish that my employer would equip me with one of these babies.

  • donzebe

    These are great hardware
    Now market it; go out there and tell consumers what it can do for them and what they can do with it.

  • wp77

    11-15 mm? Dell is on a roll

  • cybersaurusrex

    It’s hard to choose a PC again! They all look great! THANKS WINDOWS 8!!!

  • OneCharmingQuark

    I can’t see any thunderbolt ports or pens on the actual photos of the device.