Along with its new ‘Venue’ line of Surface-competitor tablets, Dell is also introducing another hybrid Ultrabook in its XPS range. Unlike the XPS 12 Duo’s weird back-flipping hinge, this 11.6-incher uses a more common rotating/flip-over screen to go from laptop to tablet.
The XPS 11 is built from premium materials like carbon fibre, machined aluminium and Gorilla Glass. The touchscreen screen also sounds super-sharp: Quad HD (2560×1440), all powered by Intel’s latest 4th-gen Core processors.
Starting at 1.13kg and 11-15mm thin, Dell reckons it’s the “thinnest, lightest and most compact 2-in-1 Ultrabook available today.” You also get USB 3.0, HDMI out and an SD card reader.
Actually sounds pretty decent, so you can bet we'll go hands-on in the coming weeks. Stay tuned for updates on Australian pricing.