As well as their announcement of the new Venue tablets, Dell refreshed their XPS tablet range yesterday with a few new hardware upgrades, starting with the Dell XPS 15 which now includes a 3200 x 1600 pixel resolution Ultrasharp display with 235ppi, beating the MacBook Pro with Retina Display.
The XPS 15 will now also include a Haswell processor, up to Core i7, alongside the option of adding a discrete NVIDIA GPU.
There’s also up to 1TB of in-built storage alongside a 32GB SSD and the XPS 15 will also come in a slim body with a carbon fibre base.
Next in line is the XPS 13, which has also been upgraded to a 4th gen Intel Core processor, with the option of choosing a chip up to the i7.
However there’s no increase of resolution, but Dell have now added touch screen capabilities as well as adding Corning’s Gorilla Glass on the display.
Last on the list is the XPS 11, which has a keyboard that can be rotated to the back of the display, which also features a 11.6 inch UltraSharp display with a 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution and a 253ppi.
The body has been constructed with machined aluminum, and there’s the same carbon fibre base as seen in 15, as well as the introduction of Gorilla Glass.
At the moment no pricing or availability details have been announced.