Dell presents the XPS 13 Developer Edition ultrabook

Dell presents the XPS 13 Developer Edition ultrabook

Dell has presented an updated version of its XPS 13 ultrabook that specifically fits the needs of software developers on the go. To do so the ultrabook must offer plenty of hardware power and be both light and easy to handle.

The new Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition delivers exactly these features. The ultrabook provides Intel Broadwell processors and more specifically the Intel Core i5-5200U (dual-core, 2.20-2.70 GHz), the Core i7-5500U (dual-core, 2.40-3.00 GHz) and the Core i7-5600U (dual-core, 2.60-3.20 GHz). All models rely on Intel HD 5500 graphics and come with 8 GB of DDR3 SDRAM, 128 GB or 256 GB of SSD storage, one 1.3 MP web camera, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, two USB 3.0 ports, one Mini Display port, Waves MaxxAudio 4 audio technology and Intel Rapid Start technology. The ultrabooks sport 13.3-inch displays at Full HD resolution but for some more money this can be upgraded to a Quad HD display at 3200 x 1800 pixels. There’s a battery too that can provide power for up to 15 hours.

The Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition comes with Ubuntu Linux 14.04 and starts at USD 950.

Source: Dell

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