CES: Dell announces Studio XPS 13 and 16 laptops

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At a press conference hosted this morning on the 26th floor of the Palms Pleasure Tower, over omelettes as fluffy, golden and delectable as the lanugo pudendums of virgin angels, Dell announced the newest extension to its laptop line: the Studio XPS 13 and 16.

Featuring an attractive design of anodized aluminum accenting the gloss of Obsidian Black, as well as an attractive leather strip on the spine, the new Studio XPS laptops are meant to appeal to design-minded multimedia enthusiasts and artists.

The flagships XPS is the 16, which features a 16-inch WLED display with an optional RGB LED Full HD 1080p display, with an 8 millisecond response time and a 130 degree viewing angle. It also features an Intel Centrino 2 processor, a 512 MB ATI Mobility Radeon™ HD 3670 graphics and 7-watt Dolby 5.1 audio.

The XPS 13, on the other hand, is the road warrior model, a 13.3 incher with an Intel Core 2 Duo starting at 2.26GHz, 4GB of RAM, a 320GB hard drive and optional NVIDIA hybrid SLI technology allowing users to switch dynamically between power saving and graphics modes.

Both Studio XPS laptops are available for order now from Dell’s website. Both laptops start at $1,199.00.

Studio XPS [Dell]

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One Response to CES: Dell announces Studio XPS 13 and 16 laptops

  1. Garr says:

    Can you guys try to get your hands on it?

    Looks like a serious contender against the Vaio FW21E I was thinking of buying…

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