Dell is preparing a refresh of their XPS 12 laptop-tablet convertible, and thanks to some leaked photos and specifications from WinFuture, we’re getting a good look at what this entirely new product will be.
While the previous XPS 12 featured a swiveling 12.5-inch display, the new XPS 12 separates the display and keyboard into a dockable, Asus Transformer-like hybrid. This gives the device greater flexibility than the previous iteration, and with a new, sleeker design, the XPS 12 could be a great competitor to the Transformer and Microsoft Surface lines.
The main tablet portion of the XPS 12 will reportedly come with a 12.5-inch 4K display, although there will also be a cheaper 1080p model available. Inside the 8mm thin tablet body is an Intel ‘Skylake’ Core M SoC, alongside up to 8 GB of RAM, a 30 watt-hour battery (smaller than the iPad Pro), and optional LTE.