Dell is helping customers touch the future with a refreshed portfolio of consumer PCs built for Microsoft Windows 8,designed to provide a more intuitive computing experience and address evolving customer desires. Dell’s new systems deliver on the promise of new advances in computing: a leading-edge and intuitive touch experience, the security and manageability required by today’s always-on pace and the design aesthetic, style and precision workmanship customers demand.

Today Dell unveiled powerful addition to its industry-leading XPS brand of computers. Joining the award-winning XPS 13 Ultrabook, and the XPS 14 and XPS 15 laptops, the new XPS 12 Ultrabook enable both consumer and business customers to do more with their technology – from multimedia, entertainment and creation to full business productivity to transition seamlessly from home to office.


The XPS 12 convertible that combines two devices in one, a powerful Ultrabook plus full featured tablet. The XPS brand has a distinguished heritage of delivering the latest technology and thoughtful design for performance and craftsmanship without compromise. Each product in the XPS portfolio is tailored for very specific customer needs, and the new products unveiled today are designed to take advantage of emerging software and technology, with the same XPS brand attributes that customers expect from Dell.

“The XPS 12 represents the culmination of a deep understanding of the ‘Bring Your Own Device’ movement and insights gained from both our consumer and business customers,” said Christopher Papa, Country Manager of Dell. “The new set of XPS 12 represents a milestone in our design and approach to user experience. Our vision for our XPS line of computers is not just about the device or technology, it’s about achieving the perfect balance of amazing design, end user productivity and IT enablement.”

Dell tapped its heritage of offering unique and innovative solutions to create the XPS 12. The product features a novel and elegant flip hinge touchscreen display designed to take advantage of the W8 operating system advances for touch interaction. The result is two products in one, providing the full functionality of an ultraportable laptop with keyboard plus the convenience of a tablet.

The innovative flip hinge design can easily transition from laptop to tablet to laptop and features a Full HD screen that provides 97 percent more pixels than a standard HD display. The result is an exceptionally crisp reading and photo and video viewing experience. The XPS 12 features thoughtful design, attractive aesthetics, and is crafted from premium materials such as machined aluminum and carbon fiber, as well as Corning Gorilla Glass for durability.

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“With Windows 8 reimagined, we are bringing a no-compromise, immersive and personalized experience to our customers,” said Mon De los Reyes of Microsoft Philippines. “The support from our partners is critical for the success of Windows 8. Dell is an important partner to Microsoft and we will continue to work together to transform lives through the power of computing technology.”

“Our life experiences are defined by our senses — by what we see, hear and touch. These human senses are also at the foundation of Intel’s vision for the Ultrabook to deliver a no-compromise, must-have computing experience and we congratulate Dell on the launch of its new touch enabled product range,” said Wowie Wong, Business Development Manager of Intel Philippines. “Dell has always been at the forefront of innovation in technology and we are glad to be a partner to Dell in the continuing evolution of the computing experience.”

Dell XPS 12 is priced P65,990.00 at authorized retailers nationwide.

All Dell products running with Windows 8 come with an Onsite Service.

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