Dell has added more devices to their Windows 8 lineup with two new laptops, the first is more of a laptop/ tablet hybrid, which runs on the Windows RT OS, and comes with a 10 inch touch-enabled display and battery that Dell say will provide 20 hours of battery life, there’s no news on storage RAM or a processor just yet though.

The next device in the new lineup is the XPS Duo 12, which packs a 12.5 inch touch display that can be flipped to become a tablet, the device also includes Intel’s Core i7 processor and backlighted keyboard, all of which has been built within a machined aluminium and carbon fiber display.

Both devices will be available later this year after the Windows 8 launch, there’s no pricing news just yet however.

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