Dell’s XPS is better known for its flipping screen, but the latest model of XPS has given up on this idea and has switched to a normal laptop. This tablet-cum-laptop is also said to be one of the best alternatives for Microsoft’s recently launched, the “Surface Pro 4.”
Dell’s all new XPS is now listed for sale on the company’s website. Whereas the base model would cost you $999.99, the other high-end model would cost you $1,299.99. This Windows 10 laptop is powered by the Intel Core M processor, which helps the machine perform faster. Dell XPS 12 comes with an integrated Intel HD 515 graphics and 8GB of RAM. The display is pressure-sensitive, but the stylus is not sold along with it. If you are not comfortable operating a laptop with your fingers, then you can buy the stylus separately for USD 35.
Surface Pro 4 vs. Dell XPS 12
Surface Pro 4 is a convertible with a 12.3-inch screen. Dell, on the other hand, comes with a 12.5-inch display. Microsoft’s tablet also runs on Windows 10 and is powered by 6th generation Intel chips. The best part about this tablet is that it comes along with a Surface Pen. When you are selling devices with screens of around 12 inches, you need to back them up with a keyboard or at least a stylus, as using them between your palms becomes difficult.
When it comes to pricing, Surface Pro 4 starts at $899. The 256GB Surface Pro 4 is the most expensive at $1,799. So even if you pick up the high-end model of Dell XPS 12, it would come cheaper than Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4. The choice is all yours!