The release of Windows 8 has not only added a brand new operating system to the table but also has resulted in the increased availability in touch-capable devices (tablets, laptops and desktops) in order to be able to fully utilise all the features of the system.
In terms of laptops, there has been the option to either have an touchscreen Ultrabook or a TabletPC (tablets with a separate keyboard attachment).
Enter the Dell XPS12 Convertible Ultrabook, one of the touch screen laptops which takes that one step further to create a laptop that can also be changed into a tablet.
In this case, Dell have create a screen which can be flipped 180 degrees horizontally around the screen frame panel, it is also the 2013 iF Gold Award winner for it’s innovative design.
This essentially means consumers have the chance to use it as a laptop with a touchscreen as well as a tablet for other purposes.
This Dell Convertible Ultrabook has all the right specifications to make it fast and reliable. The 12.5” screen in HD makes a big difference with videos and viewing pictures, however it also does highlight the low resolution of the camera.
Despite all it’s features and hardware it still manages to remain fairly lightweight.