Dell Expands XPS Laptop Family With New Models

Dell logoDell today expanded its XPS laptop portfolio with the XPS 14 and XPS 15 laptops. Joining the XPS 13 Ultrabook, the XPS 14 and 15 have the same design in two additional screen sizes.

The XPS 14 and 15 laptops feature displays with hardened Corning Gorilla Glass, and use the latest Intel technology, such as the latest 3rd Generation processors, and Intel Rapid Start, Smart Response and Smart Connect technologies.

Designed for mobile users, the XPS 14 comes in two main configurations. The XPS 14 Ultrabook features a durable machined aluminum chassis with silicone base in a 20.7mm design. With a 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. Storage options include a 500GB hard drive and a 32GB mSATA card, including Intel Rapid Start and Smart Response technology.

Dell XPS 14 ultrabook

Dell XPS 14

The XPS 14 option with integrated mobile broadband sports a black leather back so there is no signal interference with the built-in antennas. Connecting via mobile broadband is simple with Dell NetReady mobile broadband service. Providing connectivity on a session-based model, Dell NetReady is a "pay-as-you-go" service that allows connection where Wi-Fi may not be available.

Dell XPS 15

The XPS 15 is is offering the performance, graphics and screen resolution for entertainment. It comes equipped with an edge-to-edge display that's up to 75 percent brighter than standard panels, NVIDIA graphics as standard, backlit keyboard, and optional integrated slot load Blu-ray disc drive. Other features include up to 1TB of storage along with a solid state drive with a 32GB or 128GB mSATA card option.

The Dell XPS 14 (starting at $1,099), and the XPS 15 (starting at $1,299), are both available today in the U.S. on Dell.com and in select countries worldwide.

Source: CDRinfo

Tags: Dell, notebooks, ultrabooks

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