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    Dell XPS 12 Convertible Touch: laptop meets tablet

    Posted November 11, 2012 - 9:45 pm

    With the now-shipping Windows 8 fully controllable by touch as well as mouse and keyboard, you're bound to see some innovative portable designs such as the Dell XPS 12 Convertible Touch Ultrabook that take advantage of touch. In the XPS 12's case you can rotate its 12.5-inch touchscreen to face outward when the laptop is closed, turning it into a tablet. Clever, though the company might have taken it a step further.
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    Review: Dell XPS 12 a classy, convertible Windows 8 Ultrabook

    Posted November 8, 2012 - 2:12 pm

    The Dell XPS 12 Ultrabook transforms from a 12.5-inch Windows 8 tablet to a full-fledged ultrabook with a touchscreen within seconds. But is it more than just a flashy toy? CIO.com looks at whether the Dell XPS 12 is suitable for business users.
  • Dell launches two XPS laptops, one with Ultrabook capabilities

    Posted June 30, 2012 - 7:46 am

    Dell has unveiled two new additions to its XPS laptop lineup including a 14-inch clamshell that can be configured as an Ultrabook and a more high-powered 15.6-inch device. The new laptops feature thin aluminum casings, edge-to-edge displays with hardened Corning Glass, backlit chiclet keyboards and multigesture touchpads. Both of the new laptops are available now and the specs are pretty close to what leaked to a Chinese tech site earlier in June.
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    Dell XPS One 2710: a power-packed, pricey all-in-one

    Posted June 2, 2012 - 7:25 am

    If you’re in the market for a new all-in-one PC, the Dell XPS One 2710 is an appealing option. It’s fast, it handles Blu-ray discs, it delivers a great picture on its 27-inch PLS screen, and it costs all of $3500 less than the current category leader, HP’s Z1 Workstation. That’s no typo: Costing $1999 (as configured, price as of May 30, 2012), the XPS One 2710 racks up an impressive series of wins and makes few blunders.
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