Computex Taipei 2013 - Dell has debuted a new XPS 11 notebook/tablet convertible that functions just like Lenovo's Yoga. The new notebook has debuted at this year's Computex in Taipei, which is currently taking place if you hadn't noticed from all of the news. The XPS 11 features an 11.6-inch screen that folds all the way around to turn into a tablet.
When the screen goes beyond 180 degrees, the system disables the built-in keyboard. Simply flip it over and you have a functional tablet. Dell has said that the convertible won't be available until this holiday season, meaning you still have a few months to wait to get your hands on one.
Dell hasn't specified the exact processor, RAM, or other features as it is still early on. However, Dell has confirmed that this 11.6-inch device will be packing a 2,560x1,440 IPS display. We'll have more information closer to its launch.
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