The XPS 13 ultrabook -- the smaller cousin of the XPS 14 leaked by Amazon -- was announced in January.
Amazon appears to have, in effect, preannounced a Dell 14-inch Ivy Bridge-based ultrabook.
The new XPS 14, which Amazon just listed on its site ("temporarily out of stock," it says), looks pretty enticing, including a thickness of only 0.7 inches, 12 hours of claimed battery life, and the latest version of Intel's Ivy Bridge processors: the most power-efficient U series.
The Dell XPS 13 ultrabook will now be offered with a 1,920x1,080-pixel, 13.3-inch display for $1,299. (Credit: CNET) Dell will start selling a high-resolution version of the XPS 13 ultrabook next week, the PC maker told CNET today, ... Read Post
File this under things we could've sworn happened already: Dell is updating its nine-month-old XPS 13 Ultrabook with third-generation Core (read: Ivy Bridge) processors. What's more, in keeping with other trends sweeping the PC indu... Read Post