Dell unveils new laptop tablet hybrid

The manufacturer is the latest in a line of Microsoft hardware partners to announce its plans for the new operating system and the XPS 12 Convertible Touch Ultrabook could be ideal for consumers looking for both portability and functionality.
Users can easily switch between laptop and tablet thanks to a flip-hinge design that allows people to detach the screen, which boasts a 12.5-inch high definition (HD) display.
Included in its base configuration is 128 GB solid state drive, 4 GB of ram and an Intel Core i5-3317U Ivy Bridge processor.
It has been claimed that the XPS 12 Convertible Touch Ultrabook’s HD screen provides 90 per cent more pixels than usual HD displays, while it can also be tilted to an angle of 60-degrees to offer more touchscreen interface options.
Another new offering forming part of Dell’s Windows 8 portfolio is the Inspiron One 23.
This serves as an all-in-one desktop and includes a 23-inch touchscreen boasting a 1,920 x 1,090 resolution, as well as an Intel Platinum G645 processor.