What it would be the case when a company made an announcement that we not into that “business” and next day put unveiled strong demands? – Well yes this is what happened in the case of Dell. Dell on Monday announced the company Michael Dell founded “isn’t really a PC company,” as the company introduced a new lineup of servers. On Tuesday, in a press release, Texas-based Company said it was seeing “strong demand,” for its new XPS 13 laptop.
“We’re seeing strong consumer and business demand for the new XPS 13 – a system that is unlike anything else on the market today,” said Michael Tatelman, Dell Vice President and General Manager of Americas Consumer states in a release. “The XPS 13 demands attention, crossing the realm between work and play, packing powerful technology into a small, portable package and delivering enterprise-friendly protection and security. It’s the ultimate mobile device.”
Weighing less than 3 pounds, the XPS 13 Ultrabook cleverly fits leading-edge craftsmanship, high performance computing, and thoughtful design into what is one of the most compact 13-inch products in its class. With its stunning razor-thin bezel, the XPS 13 maintains a footprint similar to an 11-inch product and features bonded Corning Gorilla Glass for exceptional durability; a unique, cool-to-the-touch carbon fiber base; and full-size, backlit keyboard for utmost productivity.
Not bad for the company that says itself isn’t really a PC company anymore.