Dell reveals Australian pricing for XPS 11

Pricing for Dell's new product line, including the Venue tablet range, announced at an event in Sydney

The Dell XPS 11.

The Dell XPS 11.

Dell has revealed pricing and availability of its new range of products, including the Venue tablet range and the XPS 11, at an event in Sydney.

The 'end user showcase' included Dell's entire range of devices including desktops, touch screen displays, thin-clients, two-in-ones and projectors.

The XPS 11, which will cost $1199 and be available in November, is the thinnest, most compact 2-in-1 in the world, according to a company statement.

It also features a Quad HD (2560 x 1440) display on an 11.6-inch 2-in-1.

The XPS 15, which will cost $1799 and is available in Q4 this year, boasts a stunningly thin design, and offers as an option the a 15.6-inch Quad HD+ (3200 x 1800) display, which is the highest resolution available on a laptop of that size.

Dell is also refreshing its award-winning XPS 13 Ultrabook with faster processors, touch Full HD (1920 x 1080) display and improved battery life. With these three laptops, Dell is leading the industry with the highest resolution displays possible.

It also showed off its thumb-size PC called Project Ophelia, which will be available in the last quarter of this year. Pricing is yet to be announced.

Ophelia looks much like a USB stick and it can turn any screen or display with an HDMI port into a PC, gaming machine or streaming media player.

The thumb PC runs on the Android OS and once it is plugged into an HDMI port, users can run applications, play games, watch streaming movies or access files stored in the cloud.

Pricing and availability for Dells XPS, Venue, Precision, Displays, Alienware, Latitude and Inspiron ranges are below.

XPS

  • XPS 11: $1199, available November 2013
  • XPS 13: $1199 (non-touch), available November 2013
  • XPS 15: $1799, available in Q4 2013

Venue

  • Venue 8 Pro: $449, available in November
  • Venue 11 Pro: pricing TBC, available in November

Precision

  • M3800: pricing TBC, available in November

Ophelia

  • Project Ophelia: pricing TBC, available Q4 2013

Displays

  • World’s thinnest border monitor – 23.8” Full HD display (U2414H): pricing TBC, available Q42013
  • Dell UltraSharp 32” monitor with Ultra HD resolution Monitor (UP3214Q): pricing TBC, available Q4 2013
  • Dell 23 Monitor | P2314T Full HD Touch Monitor: $499, available now
  • Dell 27 Monitor | P2714T Full HD Touch Monitor: $759, available now

Alienware (all available now)

  • Alienware 14: $1699
  • Alienware 17: $2499
  • Alienware 18: $3499
  • Alienware X51: $1299
  • Aurora Desktop: $2699

Latitude (all available now)

  • Latitude 12 7000: $2820
  • Latitude 14 7000: $2248
  • Latitude 14 6000: $1649

Inspiron (all available now)

  • Inspiron 11 3000: $499
  • Inspiron 14 7000: $1199
  • Inspiron 15 7000: $999
  • Inspiron 17 7000: $1299
  • Inspiron ONE 2350: $1299

Tags Latitude 12 7000Project OpheliaXPS 15InspironAlienware X51 $1299XPS 13Precision M3800Alienware 14DellXPS 11

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Simmo

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Any announcements on the future of the Latitude 10 tablet?

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