Dell XPS 13 ultrabook in pictures

Dell XPS 13 ultrabook in pictures

Summary: At CES 2012, Dell showed off its first ultrabook, a 13.3-inch Intel-based device that comes with Windows plus a few features aimed at appealing to enterprise users

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  • Dell XPS 13 ultrabook

    The XPS 13 ultrabook can be configured with a choice of Intel Sandy Bridge Core i5 or Core i7 processor, 4GB RAM, integrated Intel HD 3000 video graphics, and 128GB or 256GB solid-state drives (SSD) for storage. It also includes 100GB of cloud storage in Dell's DataSafe, which the company has been operating since 2007.

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  • Dell XPS 13 keyboard

    It also features a full-size backlit, chiclet-style keyboard plus a glass touchpad with integrated buttons. The touchpad also supports multitouch gesture controls.

    Photo credit: Ben Woods


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  • Does anyone know if any of this group of machines can have more than 4GB RAM installed?
    Wallabytoo
  • On the US webpage it indicates that it has 6GB installed. that implies it has the equivalent to 4 full slots in a desktop but a laptop usually has SODIMM type sockets. My guess is that it has 2 SODIMM sockets OR they soldered the first 2 GB to the PCB and stuck just one SODIMM socket in. That would allow for 2GB on the motherboard and 4 in the SODIMM socket. That allows the base to be very, very thin. The 2 GB RAM is probably just underneath the SODIMM socket to keep signal paths extremely short. My guess is that really you wouldn't want more than 8GB in the computer, it would get so hot it would warp the case! The DDR3 are spec'ed at 1133 MHz, even at low power they get very warm.
    mileswade
  • One more note, the model XPS 14z has a core i7 (quad core) with 8GB of RAM. Both of these models come with Win 7 Home Premium standard No discernible Win 7 Pro options.

    For me I need the pro version of Win7 for office environments.
    mileswade