Dell has announced plans to improve the hardware inside two of its first Windows 8 PCs: the XPS 12 notebook-tablet hybrid and the all-in-one XPS 27, including new Intel Haswell processors.
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A number of Windows 8-based touchscreen notebooks and PCs from companies such as Dell and Lenovo are still showing long waits between purchasing the products and their ship dates.
Dell founder and CEO Michael Dell claimed today,"The interest in Windows 8 is quite high." as part of his address at the company's annual Dell World event in Austin, Texas.
We give our review of the new Dell XPS 12, a hybrid notebook-tablet that has a rather unique design as well as some other interesting features built into this Windows 8 device.
We got a chance to quickly check out some of Dell's upcoming Windows 8 and Windows RT PCs, including the slick looking XPS 12 hybrid, at a press event earlier today.
Dell has now announced it is taking pre-orders for a number of Windows 8-based PCs, including the XPS 12, the notebook-tablet hybrid which has a starting price of $1,199.