There are quite a few different form factors when it comes to today’s computing needs. You have laptops, smartphones and tablets. While many companies offer those types of devices companies like Lenovo have come up with devices like the Yoga which is a sleek convertible. Well it looks like Dell is getting into the convertible mix with the XPS 11 Convertible.
Dell says the XPS 11 is the “thinnest, lightest, and most compact convertible on the market” and that they have designed the device to be a tablet first and a notebook second. It will offer 360-degree rotation and will only be 15mm thin and weigh in at 2.5lbs. I will be powered by an Intel 4th Generation Haswell (Core i5) processor, Intel HD 4400 graphics and will have an SSD for storage. Dell also says it will have the highest resolution compared to devices in its class, so we are expecting a full HD display.
No word on pricing or availability yet.
Source: Dell | News Archive