Dell’s sleek, carbon fiber-clad XPS 11 is a hybrid convertible laptop that attempts to marry the best of a powerful Ultrabook and a performance tablet in a slim package. Rather than start with a tablet and then add a keyboard dock like in Asus’ Transformer series, the Dell XPS 11‘s form factor is more conservative, bringing business-like aesthetics, the power and performance of Intel’s fourth generation Haswell processor, and the versatility of a tablet or a notebook form factor.

Hardware Configurations


Intel Haswell Core i3 or i5
Graphics: Intel HD4200
OS: Windows 8.1
SSD Storage Capacity: 80 GB with i3 ($999), 128 GB with i5 ($1,199), 256 GB with i5 ($1,399)
Display: 11.6-inch touch-enabled QHD 2560 X 1440 LED screen
Battery: 40 WHr, 4-cell integrated
Dimensions: 11-15mm height X 300mm width X 201mm depth
Weight: 1.13 kg; 2.5 lbs

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