The Ultimate Viewing Experience with Dell XPS 11
Dell Refreshes XPS 11 2-in-1 Ultrabook with QHD display
Towards the end of November 2013, Dell introduced several new XPS-series notebook PCs, each refreshed with Quad HD display (QHD) technology. Among these notebooks was the XPS 11, a powerful, yet compact 2-in-1 Ultrabook that can be used practically anywhere and in a variety of ways.
As the thinnest, most compact 2-in-1 device to feature a native resolution of 2560 x 1440 on an 11.6-inch display, the XPS 11 is truly a marvel of design. To switch between tablet and notebook modes, Dell made use of the same rotating hinge that was first introduced in the Dell XPS 12. This hinge allows the display to rotate 360 degrees, effectively allowing you to use the XPS 11 in tablet or notebook mode.
Inside, the XPS 11 is equipped with a 4th generation Intel Core processor, which gives users a great balance of performance and battery life. Processor options begin with an Intel Core i3-4020Y, all the way up to a Core i5-4300Y processor.
Storage is handled by an SSD, which makes full use of Intel’s Rapid Start Technology. With both an SSD and Rapid Start Technology onboard, speedy performance in both boot and resume times is guaranteed. SSD options begin with an 80GB SSD and can be maxed out with a 256GB SSD. In terms of graphics, the integrated Intel HD Graphics 4200 supports HD and QHD content without breaking a sweat.
To keep productivity at a maximum, Dell also included a backlit touch keyboard, so users would be able to type, even in low-lit environments. Last but not least, Dell integrated Waves MaxxAudio Pro technology into the XPS 11 to provide great audio quality for an immersive listening experience.
The Dell XPS 11 weighs in at 1.13kg and is currently available in Malaysia with retail pricing beginning from RM3,899.