Dell XPS 14 Ultrabook, XPS 15 US prices and availability revealed

Dell XPS 14 Ultrabook

A successor to the XPS 13, the Dell XPS 14 Ultrabook has dropped anchor in the US along with the XPS 15, both of which are now available in the country. The 14-inch notebook is capable of offering a battery life of close to 11 hours at a stretch, while the other variant is said to be apt for creation and entertainment on the move.

The XPS 14 constructed using aluminum, features a silicone base and measures not more than 20.7mm in thickness. It is outfitted with a 14-inch HD+ edge-to-edge display and a backlit keyboard to facilitate typing in poorly lit conditions. Besides a 500GB hard drive, it has been integrated with a 32GB mSATA SSD too. Moreover, the Intel Rapid Start and Smart Response technologies add to the device’s usability. This Ultrabook’s version with built-in mobile broadband, sports a black leather back to ensure uninterrupted connections.

“Following the success of our XPS 13, our customers wanted to see more of the XPS brand. The XPS 14 and 15 laptops offer powerful performance, thoughtful design and a superb user experience, along with enterprise-friendly features so you can use them for work and for play,” quoted Sam Burd, vice president, Dell Personal Computing Product Group.

Dell XPS 15

Referred to as a thin powerhouse by the company, the XPS 15 employs a bright, Corning Gorilla glass-reinforced edge-to-edge screen in addition to Nvidia graphics processor for enhanced visual performance. In addition to a backlit keyboard, it has been incorporated with an optional Blu-ray disc drive and can provide internal storage of up to 1TB. This device is made of aluminum as well.

The Dell XPS 14 Ultrabook price and availability details disclose it can now be picked up in the US for $1,099. The XPS 15 is up for grabs for a starting price of $1,299. Both devices can be purchased through the official company website.

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