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Wednesday, 11 January 2012 14:45

Dell launches XPS 13 ultrabook

Written by Fudzilla staff



13-incher with a tiny footprint


Dell has unveiled a new 13-inch ultrabook that is said the feature a very compact design, making it just slightly larger than 11.6-inch ultrabooks.

Usually 13-inch ultrabooks have pretty large footprints, despite their thin and light design. Dell somehow managed to squeeze a 13.3-inch display with a very small bezel into a chassis that measures 316 x 205 x 6 – 18mm, making it significantly smaller than other 13-inch ultrabooks. In fact, it’s much closer to 11.6-inch models. It weighs 1.36kg, which is also pretty good.

The XPS 13 will be available with Intel Core i5 2467M or i7 2637M processors and it will sport 4GB of RAM. It will also give consumers a choice of 128GB or 256GB of SSD storage, along with USB 3.0 and DisplayPort connectivity.

Availability is expected in March, but there is still no word on pricing.

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