Dell introduced three Windows 8 devices at IFA 2012, dubbed as the XPS 10 hybrid, XPS Duo 12 touch laptop, and a refreshed XPS One 27 all-in-one PC. However, the company did not reveal all the specs or pricing of the devices. All three devices will be available in October, after the Windows 8 launch.
Dell says the XPS 10 “embodies the intersection between work and play” with its “intuitive touch capability, long battery life and mobile keyboard dock for enhanced content creation and business productivity.” It features a 10-inch multi-touch display, and an unnamed ARM processor. According to Dell, the XPS 10 will have an extraordinary 20 hour battery life.
XPS Duo 12
Dell also unveiled the XPS Duo 12, a laptop-tablet hybrid or convertible laptop with a 12.5-inch touch display, which can be converted into a tablet form factor by swivelling the display over, onto the keyboard. Processor options range up to Intel Core i7s, and even an ARM Snapdragon S4 quad-core processor, topower the RT version.
XPS One 27
The XPS One 27 AIO PC comes with a touch display and Windows 8. It features a 10-point touch 27-inch display with a 2560×1440 pixel (Quad HD) resolution, up to 16GB of RAM, up to a 2TD hard disk, the choice of Core i5 or i7 processors, and an optional discrete GPU (GeForce GT640M).