Ultrabook convertible tablets seem to be the growing devices in the technology market. After Asus convertible ultrabook, Dell launched its own edition of a convertible ultrabook, XPS 12. Dell unveiled an array of devices which included the Latitude 10 tablet, Latitude 6430u Ultrabook, OptiPlex 9010 All-in-One with touch and the S2340T Win8 multi-touch monitor.
The XPS 12 convertible ultrabook appears to be a conventional laptop in appearance, but transforms into a full-fledged tablet once the display is released from the hinge. Dell devices are powered by Windows 8, which is being marketed by Microsoft as the premier operating system for touch operated devices.
Commenting on Windows 8 and Dell devices, P Krishnakumar, Executive Director Marketing, Dell India said, “The combination of new Dell hardware and Windows OS will allow customers to create and consume content in new and exciting ways which makes technology more accessible and intuitive.”
The XPS 12 convertible ultrabook’s chassis is an amalgamation of machined aluminum and carbon fibre, while the display features Gorilla Glass. Users will have the option of a Core i5 and Core i7 processor. XPS 12 houses 4GB or 8GB of RAM and upto 256GB hard drive storage space.
The Latitude 10 tablet features a 10.1-inch display and can be integrated with most existing remote management systems. Dell has targeted business professionals with its new line of devices, but with the features offered, the devices might prove to be of interest to other demographics.