Dell expands its XPS portfolio with three new computers

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by CBR Staff Writer| 31 August 2012

The three products include touch-enabled designs for mobility, creation, entertainment and business productivity

Dell has launched three new XPS computers, XPS 10, XPS Duo 12 and XPS One 27 all-in-one PC with 10-point touchscreen connectivity.

XPS 10 is a 10-inch tablet designed to support WindowsRT operating system and ARM processor architecture.

The 10-inch tablet claims to offer a longer battery life and also features a mobile keyboard dock for enhanced content creation and business productivity.

XPS Duo 12 combines two devices in one to provide the functionality of an ultraportable laptop with keyboard and the convenience of a tablet.

The product features a flip hinge touchscreen display, which designed to take advantage of the upcoming operating system advances for touch interaction. The flip hinge design will transit from laptop to tablet to laptop.

It comes with a Full HD screen that provides 97% more pixels than a standard HD display, machined aluminum and carbon fibre, as well as Corning Gorilla Glass for durability.

Dell PC Product Group global vice president Sam Burd said: "The XPS 10, XPS Duo 12 and XPS One 27 represent the culmination of a deep understanding of the 'Bring Your Own Device' movement and insights gained from both our consumer and business customers."

XPS One 27 all-in-one PC is designed for creative professionals who require advanced technology including high resolution display and performance graphics for multimedia creation and entertainment.

Th PC offers a 27-inch Wide Quad HD display and is expected to be available with touch functionality.
It comes with an Infinity Premium speakers and Waves MaxxAudio 4 audio technology.

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