Pictures of the new Dell XPS 14z

We take a close-up look at Dell's new 14in laptop, which boasts lots of speed under the hood

These days it's not all about the products; the product packaging also has to be up to scratch. The box for the XPS 14z is attractive and it opens up easily to expose the laptop inside.

The XPS 14z will be available in Australia from 15 November with a starting price of $1199 for the Intel Core i5 model. A Core i7 model will also be offered. The 14z will also have NVIDIA GeForce GT 520M graphics (1GB), 4 or 8GB of RAM and there will be a choice of either 7200rpm hard drives or a 256GB solid state drive.

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