Dell today announced performance enhancements to its flagship lineup of Latitude, OptiPlex and XPS laptops and desktops at Computex 2013. These models will be powered by the 4th generation Intel Core processors. Here's more info:
New Dell XPS systems feature performance and expandability enhancements over the previous generation for customers that demand the latest high-performance technology. The new XPS 12 convertible laptop is now designed to be faster and more efficient than before. With 63 percent overall performance improvement, the XPS 12 is 1.6 times faster, and now has up to 8 hours and 43 minutes of battery life- over two hours more than the previous generation.
Dell today announced the Latitude E6540, the latest edition to its secure and manageable commercial laptop portfolio. The E6540 laptop features a FIPS 140-2 certified TPM and Dell Data Protection that includes comprehensive file-level encryption, advanced authentication and leading-edge malware protection to guard data wherever it goes.
The XPS 27 AIO, XPS 8700 and the 21.5" Touch Monitor are available today at www.dell.com in the United States and select countries around the world. The XPS 12 convertible laptop, Latitude E6540 laptop, OptiPlex 9020 desktops, and multifunction printers will be available in the coming weeks.
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