The Dell XPS series is an enthusiasts admired laptops because on some grounds, containing their performance and attractive display.
It comes in 13 inch and 15 inch, is one of our top choices in light of the fact that these are well-built, excellent design and keyboard. In any case, above all, they have an about undetectable bezel around the screen, making for an exceptionally striking edge-to-edge look that no other portable PC can coordinate (Dell calls it the Infinity display).
Presently Dell is extending the thought into hybrids with the new XPS 13 2-in-1, which is a 360-degree modifiable display. That implies you can overlap the 13-inch screen into a table tent or stand position, or change it into a tablet. The decent thing about this style of mixture is that it works incredible as a normal clamshell portable workstation also.
Furthermore, interestingly, Dell is presenting its new Dynamic Power Mode innovation on their new XPS, which boosts up the clock speed when you require more. What’s more, that is essential, given that these laptops have an Intel Y Series Kaby Lake processor (once in the past known as Core M), rather than the normally more strong U Series. You do get less ports than on the general XPS 13, and the battery life could be longer, yet on the whole, the XPS 13 2-in-1 is a surprising hybrid.
Will it be displayed at CES 2017?
There is no data on when it’ll be available in the market and cost for the XPS 13 2-in-1, however it is normal that it will highlight similar specifications from the present version of the XPS 13. Besides the seventh-gen Intel Core processors, the XPS 13 2-in-1 is probably going to offer a similar memory alternatives of such as 4 GB or 8 GB display cards and 128 GB or 256 GB SD drives.