Dell has today announced that they will be refreshing a few products within their XPS range, starting with the XPS 13 convertible Ultrabook which will be getting new Haswell processor, a bigger 50Wh battery (was previously 47Wh), and a new NFC chip.

All of which will bump the price of the XPS 12 up to $1,200, available from July 9th.

Next up in the updated list is the XPS 27, which now has a pixel resolution of 2,560 x 1,440, with an improved 350 nits brightness (was previously 300 nits), and a wider colour gamut, now at 99% from the previous 72%.

There’s also a new next-gen Haswell processor, and a 2GB next-gen NVIDIA graphics card, which will accompany the new Thunderbolt port and the new 2TB/ 256GB SSD storage option.

The XPS 27 will be available from $1,600.

And finally they announced that they will be scrapping the XPS 8500 in favor of the XPS 8700, which brings a new Haswell chipset, with up to 32GB of RAM, four HDD bays, that can include up to 4TB of storage and the option to add SSD’s with Intel#s Smart Response technology.

The XPS 8700 will be available today from $700.

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