Dell Launches XPS 13 Ultrabook in India

Macbook Air didn’t have any competition for a long time and now we have started seeing a rise in the number of Ultrabooks coming in the market. Acer, Asus, Dell etc have come out with brilliant Ultrabooks which are powerful apart from being slim and appealing!

Dell yesterday launched its first Ultrabook, the XPS 13 in India. Specially crafted with matchless design, superior performance and mobility are some characteristics which you observe prominently in this Ultrabook.
Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook
Featuring the 13.3″ end-to-end Corning Gorilla glass screen, cool-to-touch Carbon fiber base, full-size backlit Keyboard and weighing just 1.36 kg (for the lowest configured model); the XPS 13 offers brilliant looks without compromising on the productivity aspect!

Technical Specifications:

  • Ultrathin laptop (6-18mm) and light starting at 1.36 kgs
  • 34 cm HD WLED, 300-nit (1366×768) 720p; edge-to-edge hardened Gorilla Glass
  • Precision crafted machined aluminum with a carbon fiber base
  • 128 GB SSD or 256 GB SSD drive optionswith Intel Rapid Start Technology
  • Intel Core i5 2467M and i7 2637M processor choices
  • Intel HD 3000 video graphics
  • 4GB DDR3 SDRAM 1333Mhz memory
  • Full size, backlit chiclet keyboard
  • Glass integrated button touchpad with multi-gesture support
  • 47WHr 6-cell battery offering up to 8.5 hours of battery life; 45W AC Adaptor
  • Dell Pro Support for business customers, Dell Configuration Services and Trusted Platform Module
  • Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6230 802.11 A/G/N  and Bluetooth 3.0 wireless connectivity
  • USB 3.0 (1) + USB 2.0 with PowerShare (1), mini DisplayPort, and 3.5mm headset jack (1)
  • Built-in 1.3MP webcam with dual array digital microphones
  • High definition audio with Waves MaxxAudio 4
  • Microsoft Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium

Dell XPS 13 can be configured to be ENERGY STAR Compliant (5.0), for saving energy. Dell offers Complete Cover warranty on this award winning Ultrabook for 3 years!

XPS 13 is priced starting from Rs. 79,900 + local taxes and is available at all Dell Exclusive stores and  large format retail stores.

  • George

    Fantastic.. I was looking forward to buying a dell and now i fell for this dell. Hope it has good battery backup…. Any other laps in this category..

  • http://www.broadband-expert.co.uk Broadband blogger

    This is a nice product from dell. i am using my Dell 630 latitude for more than 5 years now and i very much satisfied. when the time comes to change my laptop, i will choose this.

  • http://www.techverticals.com Paras sharma

    Hi well as long as ultrabooks are considered apple macbook air 13 still rules the chart. While if ultrabooks is your choice one should always focus on battery life.

  • http://www.thailand-dealer.com John Fambrini

    Looks like a clone of Macbook Air. Has good specs and with Dell popularity in US corporate circles, it has a good chance of succeeding. Executives don’t like to lug heavy laptops.

  • http://en.chat4o.com/ Niki

    Looks awesome and slim. And 8.5 hours of batter is pretty impressive. I guess having an SSD instead of constantly spinning HDD helps for this too. The disk space will not be enough for most people and the video card is pretty low-end, but hey. It is slip and only 1.36 kgs

  • http://www.takeradio.com Ted @ takeradio

    nice book, i own a acer aspire ultrabook, it cost about $900

  • http://www.takeradio.com Ted

    This is an excellent system, great graphics, speed and performance. However there is a slight heating issue with this model. After a few months of regular use, the base warped. When I sat it on a flat surface one corner did not sit flat and the whole thing bounced when I typed.. very annoying! It was under warranty so Dell replaced it (the whole unit, couldn’t just replace a part) and now a few months later, the replacement is having the same issue and the whole system is being replaced again… even though I used a cooling pad on this one! I’d look at a different model, no telling what other damage the heating problem will cause after more than 3 months.

    This is my first Dell, before this I’ve had HP for the last 10 years with no issues. My next system will be an HP.

  • http://www.techblazes.com Naser @ Tech Blog

    This laptop looks really cool. I heard that it boots up in just 10 seconds.

  • http://purplle.com Sidharth Arun

    I’ve been thinking of buying a laptop with core 15 2nd gen processor
    nvidia graphics
    4gb ddr3
    Do any laptops come in 50k – 60k range with these configs?

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    Ultrabooks just started trickling in towards the tail end of last year and it’s only now that they are gaining momentum. Today, Dell joined the bandwagon, when then launched the XPS 13 Ultrabook in India. Made from a blend of aluminium and carbon fibre, their new XPS 13 is incredibly slim at just 6mm at its thinnest point and manages to pack in a 13.3-inch display into the size of a 11-inch netbook. This is their premium offering and it doesn’t come cheap, as prices start from Rs.79,900 and go all the way up to Rs.99,900

  • http://www.tcldaily.in tarun

    Now it’s the ultrabook era :)
    and this master piece by dell is really rocking.8.5 hour battery backup is far far better than my vaio :(

  • http://www.onlydigit.com Subodh

    Oh so cool laptop i think it is one of the best competitor for Mac. Dell is wonderful.I love Apple though be i like dell.Great Post Thanks for Sharing..!

  • http://www.cylindervolume.co.in Volume Cylinder

    Which one is best Dell’s Ultrabook or Chromebook?

  • http://www.dellxps13.nl Dell XPS 13

    I think the Dell xps 13 is one of the best Ultrabooks out right now.
    Now only wait for the Ultrabooks to get the prices lower :)