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Dell XPS 12 and XPS 10 Duo debuts at IFA 2012

Dell XPS 12 and XPS 10 Duo debuts at IFA 2012

Reaches the second day of the IFA 2012 in Berlin and it seems Dell’s turn to show their new products for this year, generally related to the latest version of Micosoft OS, Windows 8. And today that have debuted at the fair two wonderful devices , the new Dell XPS 12 and Duo 10.

Both have touch screens and spectacular designs that promise facets take advantage of as a desktop platform and a platform for multi-touch devices.

About the Dell XPS 12 is known Duo which features a 12.5 inch screen Full HD, or what is the same resolution of 1920×1080 pixels. Its design allows the screen but does not separate the keyboard, can be rotated to place it like a tablet.

However, this hybrid tablet laptop and have refused to give any details about their benefits, including being locked in a glass case so it can not be touched. But what if you know for sure is to have a backlit keyboard and Intel processors that run to an Core i7. Do not expect to see the Duo XPS 12 in the store shelves until later this year or early 2013.

The Dell XPS 10 is a tablet that transforms into a netbook thanks to a full QWERTY keyboard base, the kind that ASUS seems to have become fashionable after his family Transformer. Its screen is 10.1 inches with a resolution of 1280×800 pixels and features an ARM processor Qualcomm’s hand. The manufacturer claims that its battery, while connected to the keyboard, you can have up to two days autonomy. This is the first bet of Dell Windows tablet by RT.

On possible prices or release dates have not mentioned anything. Gizmodo continues at IFA and soon you can expect our first impressions of the Dell convertible tablet.

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Images: Gizmodo and Engadget

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