Today, Dell unveiled our highly-anticipated tablet (XPS 10), convertible Ultrabook (XPS Duo 12) and All-in-One touchscreen PC (XPS One 27) – the latest entries in our XPS portfolio. These solutions are well positioned for the growing Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend, which permits employees to use the same system at home and work. They have performance and design characteristics that are desired by consumers combined with the security and manageability features demanded by businesses.
 

XPS 10 – a tablet built to support Windows RT and designed for work and play, including a mobile keyboard dock to ease the transition between home and office use. Outfitted with enterprise-ready features such as out-of-the –box BitLocker encryption, cloud-based mobile device management, and long battery life.
 

XPS Duo 12 – a two-for-one Ultrabook and tablet with a touch display and an innovative flip hinge designed to switch between the two. Full HD screen with 97 percent more pixels than standard HD displays allowing for exceptionally clear and bright viewing.
 

XPS Duo 12 Convertible Ultrabook

XPS One 27 – designed to inspire creative professionals, the edgy design has a stand that tilts from -5 degrees to 60 degrees to take advantage of an optimal touch experience. A vibrant Quad HD display delivers 78 percent more pixels than Full HD displays and is the only 27” All-in-One Quad HD display with touch functionality.
 

XPS One 27 touch AIO desktop

For more details, see the press release or Lionel’s Direct2Dell blog post. All three of the devices will be available for sale when Windows 8 is available at the end of October. More details on pricing will be announced when available.