Dell has introduced a new family of XPS laptops, which are Skype certified and integrated with JBL and Waves sound design, and feature NVIDIA graphics technology for high definition video.
The new family of laptops comes in 14-, 15- and 17-inch screen sizes, and are all 3D TV ready and include NVIDIA’s 3DTV Play software, which enables users to connect their notebooks to new 3D HDTVs and play PC games in 3D.
The XPS brand joins the Inspiron and Alienware families, and comes standard with silver anodised aluminum display back and palmrest, or can be personalised with one of more than 200 designs from Dell Design Studio.
The XPS laptops feature built-in JBL designed and certified speakers with integrated Waves MaxxAudio 3 processing technology, and come with Blu-ray disc drive option for watching 3D movies.
The new laptops also feature webcams capable of HD video streaming, Intel Core i processors and the latest NVIDIA GeForce 400 series graphics with Optimus technology.
The new Dell XPS laptops are available directly from Dell website, with prices starting from $899 for the XPS 14; $849 for the XPS 15; to $949 for the XPS 17.