Manufacturer Dell has this week released 3 new laptops in its XPS series which the manufacturer hope will provide the “ultimate mobile entertainment experience.”
The new XPS notebooks are available with 14″, 15″ and 17″ displays and come equipped with NVIDIA graphics, Skype capabilities and HD video streaming webcams. The 3 models are all 3D TV ready and include NVIDIA’s 3DTV software. This means users can connect the notebooks to new 3D HDTVs and play hundreds of 3D PC games, browse 3D photos and watch Blueray 3D movies. The new models have been designed for “creative explorers” and are roughly twice as much as the Dell Inspiron R models the firm introduced earlier this year.
“We’re pushing the limits once again – this time with our new line of XPS laptops, which offer pulsing audio from JBL and Waves, new high-definition screens driven by NVIDIA technology and the industry’s first Skype-certified laptops with the first webcam allowing HD video streaming,” commented Dell’s Sam Burd.
The new XPS brand feature Intel Core i processors and NVIDIA GeForce 400 series graphics with Optimus technology. Other attractive features include widescreen HD displays, a 9 in 1 media card reader, USB 3.0 and hybrid USB 2.0 ports and a 2 megapixel HD webcam.
The line come standard with silver and aluminium standard display back or can be personalised with one of the 200 designs of the Dell website. The laptops are available from Dell with prices starting from just $899 for the 14″ model.
In similar news, the manufacturer has also announced it will release a new tablet with a 10″ screen in 2011 in a bid to make a dent in the handheld market.