Dell improves Ubuntu Developer Edition laptop display

Dell has sharpened the quality of its Ubuntu XP3 13 Developer Edition laptop by giving it a new and improved higher-resolution screen.
The computing firm’s Linux-powered model initially came with a 13.3-inch display packing a 1,366 by 768-pixel resolution, but the upgraded version – which was unveiled yesterday (February 18th) – has a full high-definition panel that is brighter and runs at 1,920 by 1,080-pixels.
Other specifications remain largely the same as the original laptop, with the device boasting a third-generation Intel Core i7 processor with Intel HD 4,000 graphics, 8GB of random access memory and a 256GB solid state drive.
At present, the computer is setting consumers in the US back by $1,549 and the computer is to be rolled out to people in countries like the UK, Finland, Denmark, Belgium, France and Germany next week.
This comes after a recent review posted on IT Pro Portal claimed Dell’s Inspiron 3520 is an excellent choice for consumers looking for value for money, as the model is retailing at around £255 and comes with a hard drive of 500MB.