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First glimpse of Dell's advanced tablet competing with Surface Pro (updated)

updating: New photos and details about your tablet Published online, And they prove that we've probably made our guess - the XPS 12 will be based on processors M dual-core Skylake division, the fastest M.2 storage space and a screen from the popular IGZO technology from Sharp. It also looks like the tablet will have a USB Type C connection pair that will support the standard- 3, and will be offered alongside a pair of keyboard extensions, one particularly thin like the one you will find at , While the other is larger and has a backlight (and probably a lot more pressing depth for the buttons).

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If there is one thing that does not disappoint us, it is probably the fact that the Infinity Edge screen in this particular model does not include a minimal casing as we expected. The screen casing still looks thin in relation to the spoils Others on the market, but not quite like what you'll find on the XPS 13 or the Venue 7000 tablet.

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The original article: The XPS product line of the American manufacturer will return to the world of tablets, this time with a system 10 control, screen Advanced and more

Perhaps you do not really remember anymore, and that Bedel itself will prefer to forget that the successful XPS brand, which usually designs laptops and laptops that combine nice design with impressive performance, is also named after a tablet One single - it was the XPS 10 tablet, which was based on And the forgotten RT window system.

The same XPS tablet was abandoned almost as quickly as it was launched, but now the computer manufacturer seems ready to try their luck again - with a new and much more advanced XPS tablet that feels like another significant competitor to Surface Pro's .

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According to a pair of photos leaked to the web, Dell is preparing a tablet called XPS 12 - and its highlight will be an 12-inch touchscreen, with a bright XPS (400 Nit) panel at an impressive 2,160 × 3,840 pixel resolution, the likes of which we have only seen for the first time on mobile. Toshiba's Radius 12. According to the pictures accompanying the information and the name InfinityEdge, the tablet's impressive screen also seems to offer a particularly thin casing, at least on some of its sides, much like some mobile and tablet devices Other modern products of the manufacturer.

A keyboard extension (with backlight) and support for contact pens make it clear that this is a competitor of Surface devices
A keyboard extension (with backlight) and support for contact pens make it clear that this is a competitor of Surface devices

We don't have much information about the hardware in the future tablet right now, but the very support for 4K resolution, the stated support for the Thunderbolt 3 standard, and the promise of 10 workload between charging and charging makes us believe that this is another device based on the new Core M processors Skylake section - which means we can expect RAM here in volumes of between 4GB and 16GB, drive-based storage M.2 in volumes up to 512GB, and also Graphically built in a relatively modest sample HD Graphics 515.

Is the new tablet designed to be the successor to the 12 XPS 2012 Hybrid XNUMX?
Is the new tablet designed to be a successor of The interesting XPS 12 2012?

The XPS 12 tablet may be officially unveiled this month, next to the announcement on the Surface Pro 4 - As a fresh blow of fire that is quite clearly aimed at the great end-of-year shopping season. Much like the Miix 700 tablet of We saw last month, too, in which case it seems that if Dell can provide a price that is competitive with that of the corresponding Microsoft product, and especially that its international availability will be better and wider - the XPS 12 will be a very interesting offer. We will definitely keep following.

The InfinityEdge screen (like the one on the XPS 13 mobile) may be the central ace on Dell's sleeve
The InfinityEdge screen (like the one on the XPS 13 mobile) may be the central ace on Dell's sleeve

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