Dell at COMPUTEX today announced a new XPS as well as performance and security enhancements to several Windows 8 PCs, writes Brandon LeBlanc over at the Windows Experience Blog.

Coming later this year to the XPS lineup is the Dell XPS 11, a brand-new, 2-in-1 convertible ultrabook. Its 360-degree rotation design makes it a breeze to switch from a tablet to a laptop, while staying slim and lightweight at only 14.9mm thin and starting at 2.5 pounds. Its display is a stunning Quad HD with 2560 x 1440 resolution, and has a backlit solid surface touch keyboard. Internally, the XPS 11 comes with up to a 4th-generation Intel Core i5 processor, with Intel HD 4400 graphics and an SSD. Like to take notes with pen input? The XPS 11 also comes with an optional precision pen.

Take a look at the other Dell Windows 8 PCs below, and find out more about each over at the Windows Blog.

Dell XPS 12:

Dell XPS 27:

Dell XPS 8700:

Dell OptiPlex 9020 and All-in-One:

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Jennifer Chen
Microsoft News Center Staff