Dell XPS 14z coming to U.S. November 1st
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Officially revealed at this year’s IFA, the Dell XPS 14z is now confirmed for a November 1st launch in North America.
The XPS 14z is essentially the 14-inch version of the larger XPS 15z and is the successor to the now discontinued XPS 14. That means its stylized chassis will be similar in shape and color to the Apple MacBook Pro lineup. At about 0.9 inches (2.3cm) thick, the XPS 14z doesn’t exactly qualify as an Ultrabook, but is still quite thin and uses the extra girth for more features and options.
Specs include Sandy Bridge Core i5 and Core i7 CPUs, 1366x768 resolution screen with edge-to-edge class, discrete GeForce GT 520M GPU with Optimus, 6GB DDR3 RAM, HDD and 256GB SSD options, backlit keyboard and a DVD writer. Connectivity options are just as impressive with Intel WiDi, wireless-n, Bluetooth 3.0, USB 3.0, HDMI, mini Display-Port and RJ-45. The 8-cell battery module is expected to last up to 6 hours and 42 minutes on a full charge.
“The XPS 14z delivers what professional want – raw power paired with a stunning, sophisticated design that signals ‘I’ve arrived’,” said Dell president of Consumer and Small/Medium Business group Steve Felice in the press release.
The notebook will be available starting next month for $999 through Dell’s official online store. It is expected to launch in additional markets worldwide starting November 15th.