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Monday, 21 February 2011 13:16

Dell scraps its XPS 14

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Something thinner and lighter coming


Despite its young age, Dell's XPS 14 has been apparently scraped in favour of something "thinner and lighter" that will be launched later this year.

In case you don't remember, the Dell XPS 14 was Core i5/Geforce 400M notebook that was certainly something worth buying considering its overall build quality, impressive specs and an aggressive price tag. Dell has already scraped its Adamo line in favour of its XPS brand and it looks like that Dell is preparing to push its XPS line even harder.

Dell's wasn't keen on revealing any specific plans but it did state that due to the transition to Sandy Bridge technology it is re-focusing its efforts and is preparing to launch future thin and light products later this year.

More here.

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