At the IFA consumer electronics trade show in Berlin this week, Dell has unveiled a new addition to their range of convertible tablets with the launch of the Dell XPS Duo 12.
The Dell XPS Duo 12 is a notebook and tablet combined, allowing you to transform it from one to the other by spinning the screen, is the same way the Dell Inspiron Duo did when it launched nearly two years ago.
Dell has now improved on the design and specifications of their latest XPS Duo 12, equipping it with a Corning Gorilla Glass HD muti-touch display providing a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. Dell explains:
“This 12-inch device features a flip hinge touchscreen Full HD display that allows it to easily convert from an Ultrabook laptop to a tablet depending on your needs at any given time. Beyond featuring a great-looking design, the XPS Duo 12 is crafted from premium materials like machined aluminum, carbon fiber and durable Corning Gorilla Glass.”
The Dell XPS Duo 12 can be powered by a choice of Intel processors and will be shipped running Microsoft’s latest Windows 8 operating system. The Dell XPS Duo 12 is expected to arrive in stores shortly after the launch of Windows 8 on October 26th 2012.
Source: DellFiled Under: Hardware, Technology News, Top News