The new DELL Windows 8 XPS line up revealed at IFA 2012
DELL XPS 10. It’s a 10-inch tablet that runs Windows 8 RT — the tablet-specific version of Microsoft’s new operating system — and comes with a keyboard dock for those times when typing on a touchscreen just won’t do.
Dell launches another convertible tablet, the “XPS 10″, this time incorporating the approach of the removable keyboard Asus Transformer. With its 10.1-inch screen, Windows RT, so its ARM chip and comfortable autonomy of 14 hours, it must be said that this model lends itself to use as a conventional tablet.
Duo XPS 12
After a first inconclusive attempt at the end of 2010, Dell launched a new convertible notebook, the “Duo XPS 12″, which makes sense with Windows 8. This product therefore has the distinction of being equipped with a removable touchscreen, which allows to use it as a laptop or as a conventional (thick) tablet. Moreover, it displays a comfortable Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) on the diagonal of 12 inches.
Dell uses the same materials lighter and stronger than the XPS 13: aluminum for the edge and the carbon fiber surfaces.
On a technical level we know that only based on Intel Ivy Bridge platform, which can climb up to Core i7.
The “XPS One 27″ is finally an all-in-one touch which is characterized by two aspects. On the one hand by the screen with a diagonal of 27 inches (69 cm) is common, but the definition of “Quad HD” (2560 x 1440 pixels) is much rarer.
On the other hand by allowing virtually articulated foot to lay the display on the desktop.
Sat Burd, vice president of the consumer division, edged criticism of the interest on such a touch screen, explaining that Windows 8 lent itself particularly well to this approach.
The price and launch date of the product will be revealed a little later, as we approach the launch of Windows 8. We can also think they will be launched simultaneously.