Thursday, January 12, 2017

Dell Unveils The New XPS 13

    Dell has pulled a surprise and launched it’s 2 in 1 hybrid on January 2, 2017. There are a few changes that Dell has made.  It now uses a flexible device that allows the stunning display screen to move around  wonderfully in four modes. Another change is that the XPS 13 is using a Core i5 7Y54 processor and the 3.6 GHz Intel Core 17 - 7Y75 processors using manufactured by Kaby Lake. It features the Intel Graphics 615. The new XPS 13 still uses It still uses the Infinity Edge display which has a 5.2 mm border. Believe it or not, Dell is saying that it is the smallest 13 inch model in the world today.

    I want to explain further the flexibility of this device.  Because of the device ( a hinge ) that was placed on this hybrid  2 in 1 conversion, it means that anyone can use this laptop in various ways. You can fold it like a tent or simply make it look like a tablet or even a kiosk. Probably, by coming out with their XPS 13 2 in 1 Dell wants to see their sales grow. One thing great about this product is that it can function like a a regular laptop.
     The  PS 13 2 in 1 has touch display options  ( a regular 1930 x 1080 full display  or you can opt for  immensely sharp 3200 x 1800 Quad HD + panel ). There are several RAM options that the buyers can choose from . These are the 4GB, 8 GB and 16 GB dual channel LPDR3. Storage can be from 128 GB and it could reach up to 1 terabyte PCle SSD wih Intel RST. The battery can lasts for 15 hours.  It features a also a webcam, fingerprint reader, several USB type – C Ports , a Thunderbolt 3 port,  micro SD reader, a display port and a 3.5 mm headphone jack

     Prices range from $1, 000 up.  This hybrid laptop is now available. The XPS 13 2 in I is also offering the following accessories that the buyer needs. The Dell Hybrid Adapter and a power bank. Dell USB type C to HDMI/VGA/ Ethernet/USB3.0 adapter. 


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