Coveting for Apple's quality display on a Windows laptop? Dell makes it happen!

The new DELL XPS 15display on 3200x1800 pixels out-bids the highly acclaimed Apple "retina-display" that is advertised as "world's highest resolution note-book"... that will have to be reconsidered.

In addition to that screen, that by the way is touch screen, the Dell XPS15 is loaded with the latest "Haswell" series Intel processors, up to 512 Gb of SSD storage and claims for 13 hours of battery life. All these put this model on a par with the MacBooks.

Pricing starts at $1,500 and that makes it $600 cheaper than the Apple competition.

Unfortunately, there are not many pre-configured options to choose from, and the more powerful ones are getting too expensive!

The XPS 15 is a high-end workhorse for gaming, video editing, or other creative tasks, but if $1,699 is a bit steep, we've seen several mid size laptops for under $1,000 recently that offer up-to-date processors, discrete graphics, and reasonably sharp looks. Of course there is compromise to make, but the display is breath-taking.

Let’s hope other manufacturers will follow through the footsteps of Dell and Apple and create more competition. It’s like processors will constantly improve… it’s a given, but will that be for better displays, better battery life? These are some significant steps made by Dell and keeping up with the trends can only position the brand better for the immediate future.

“People today expect the best experience possible from their technology – they are counting on it to keep them connected and move with them, wherever they are” – Sam Burd, VP Dell Personal Computing Group

Go Dell! Create, share and access content from anywhere in style, reliable and with leading performance.

Now that is what anyone would appreciate… daily.

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