Dell XPS 13 ultrabook steps up display resolution
It seems Dell’s intention to keep up with the times has ensured a step up in display resolution for the Dell XPS 13 ultrabook, which features an optional 1920 x 1080-pixel display. Obtaining this Full HD 1080p experience means shelling out more money, although this is an ideal improvement for those who enjoy watching videos or playing games.
The two pricing options of $1,400 and $1,600, means the cheaper version will have a 3rd generation Intel Core i5-3337U, while the more expensive will have a 3rd Generation Intel Core i7-3537U processor. We understand that some people may not require the full HD display and a regular version can still be accessible from $999 upwards.
Details of pricing and specifics can be seen on Dell with more on the optional Full HD 1080p display, which gives users the opportunity to experience sharper detail and double the pixels in comparison to a 720p display.
According to the site, the 350-nit brightness is up to 75% brighter than the standard 200-nit panel, adding more visually to the entertainment value of those who love watching movies, playing games and surfing the internet.
Those concerned about their options can rest assure the Full HD option is still available whether you are interested in a Dell XPS 13 with Windows 8 or a Developer Edition with Ubuntu 12.04 Linux.
Have you been waiting patiently for Dell to step up the display resolution?
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