Dell has just launched two new Ultrabooks the XPS 14 and XPS 15 which offer good battery life, high performance, built-in security in a thin enclosure that kind of reminds us a bit of a Macbook. The two new devices join the
The XPS 14 claims to have up to 11 hours of battery life and sports a pretty sexy edge-to-edge display which are constructed with Corning Gorilla Glass. Intel Ivy Bridge processors are of course on board which combine graphics and a processor in a single chip.
The XPS 14 has a machined aluminum chassis with a silicone base, it is 20.7mm thick and has a 14-inch, 400 nit high-definition display, a backlit keyboard, and options for better graphics. It has a 500GB HDD and a 32GB SSD.
The XPS 15 has a display that is 75 percent brighter than standard panels, a backlit keyboard and even has the option for a Blu-ray drive. Under the hood we’ve got a Terabyte hard drive storage and a 32GB SSD or the option for a 128GB SSD. The XPS 14 weighs 4.6 pounds, and the XPS 15 weighs 5.79 pounds.
The Dell XPS 14 has a starting price of $1,099 and the XPS 15 begins at $1,299 and both available today in the U.S. on Dell.com and in select countries worldwide.