Windows® 8-based Ultrabooks launched by Dell®By Nidhi Chaudhary ,Wednesday, June 27th, 2012
The forthcoming Windows 8 will come equipped with a number of significant features to make computing pleasurable. Its novel Metro environment will have a tile-based Start screen, wherein each tile will showcase a specific application. The imminent operating system will also boast of improved Internet Explorer 10, Windows Store, integrated SkyDrive, and XBOX Live.
With the release of Microsoft Windows 8 operating system, users will be able to upgrade their Ultrabook adequately.
Currently, Dell XPS 14 and Dell XPS 15 comes loaded with Windows 7 operating system, third-generation Intel Core chip technologies, and a few ports, including USB 3.0, DisplayPort, and HDMI.
Amongst the two, Dell XPS is priced at $1,099 and weighs 4.6 pounds. It contains 500GB of solid state drive and has a 14-inch screen display with 1600×900 resolution. XPS 14 has a battery life of 11 hours. On the other hand, Dell XPS 15 is priced at $1,299 and comes with a storage capacity of 1TB, 256 GB solid state disk and a battery life of 8 hours.
“The XPS 14 and 15 laptops offer powerful performance, thoughtful design, and superb user experience, along with enterprise-friendly features so you can use them for work and play,” said Sam Burd, president of Dell’s personal computing group, in a statement.