Dell is extending its flexible spine to its XPS series. The company is now reportedly said to be working on a new 2-in-1 convertible that will introduce the 360-degree flappable display to its orthodox series of laptops.
The newly emerged images of the laptop, which accidentally got leaked through Dell’s website, also reveal the stunning bezel-less design of the new convertible, which the company lovingly calls ‘Infinity Edge’. The 13-inch display is also said to be flaunting a 2K display in the higher models, with the base models expected to come with a Full HD display.
Apart from the few images that reflect the design of the new XPS, there has been no revelation as of yet, even regarding the specs of the new convertible. However, if going by the model number, the new XPS won’t be packing a big upgrade under its hoods. But that can be kept aside, as XPS’ greatest addition would be in the form of the flappable display, which is a welcome addition to the classic laptop series from Dell.
The new convertible is named XPS 13 9365, which indicates that the device would possibly be an upgrade to the previous XPS edition, the XPS 9360. We still can expect high-end specifications in the device.
The XPS 13 9365 is likely to be powered by a 7th gen ‘Kaby Lake’ Intel Core processor. The convertible will also have multiple RAM variants, with the higher variant expected to pack a RAM of 16 GB. More details are expected to be revealed at CES 2017 where the company will be showcasing its latest 2-in-1 convertible.