Dell expands XPS family with new Ultrabook
By Digital News Asia July 3, 2012
- Ultrabook with up to 11 hours of battery life
- Machined aluminum and edge-to-edge display
Dell has expanded its XPS laptop portfolio with the XPS 14 for consumers who desire connectivity and performance, no matter where they are.
The XPS 14 provides long battery life and connectivity for those who need to get online wherever they are, the company said in a statement.
It has enterprise-friendly features to “intersect” the design and performance desired by consumers with the security and services required by IT departments, Dell claimed.
Additionally, the XPS 14 laptop is distinguished by a vibrant display with hardened Corning Gorilla Glass, and uses the latest Intel technology, such as the latest 3rd Generation processors, and Intel Rapid Start, Smart Response and Smart Connect technologies, to enable users to be productive, connected and responsive anywhere.
“Following the success of our XPS 13, our customers wanted to see more of the XPS brand,” said Chue Chee Wei, executive director for marketing, South Asia and Korea, Dell.
“The XPS 14 laptop offers powerful performance, thoughtful design and a superb user experience, along with enterprise-friendly features so you can use them for work and for play.”
Designed for mobile users, the XPS 14 Ultrabook features a highly-durable machined aluminum chassis with innovative silicone base in a compact, thin, 20.7mm design.
With a bright 14-inch 400 nit HD+ edge-to-edge display, a backlit keyboard, and optional performance graphics, the XPS 14 is ready to perform all day in nearly any environment, with up to 11 hours of battery life, Dell claimed.
Customers can enjoy the ample storage of a traditional hard drive with the responsiveness of a solid state drive with a 500GB hard drive and 32GB mSATA card, including Intel Rapid Start and Smart Response technology.