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Dell Laptops: Is the New XPS 15z the Best?

Tech giant Dell have released the thinnest PC laptop on the planet. But is the new XPS 15Z the best Dell has to offer?

The new laptop from Dell also features 2nd generation INTEL Core i5 and Core i7 processors. The powerful machine has a fully functioning HD display and a backlit keyboard.

The Chiclet – style keyboard features adjustable brightness. The laptop is just 0.97inches in height. With up to 8 hours of battery life, the XPS 15Z is at the frontier of smart new PCs. This is the first in a series of up and coming thin Inspiron and XPS branded products.

Forget tablets it’s all about the thin laptop. It has all the latest mod cons you can expect from a PC and drives a powerful package. The laptop features NVIDIA graphics with 3DTV capabilities, built in wi-fi, Bluetooth and those tempting core processors. The faster connectivity is enhanced by the Bluetooth and Wi- Fi options.

Not only does the XPS 15z sound impressive but it also looks quite nice too. With an aluminium polished brush finish the XPS 15z is sleek and cool. The Dell PC runs on Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium and the hard disk can store up to 750 GB.

If that doesn’t float your boat the laptop also features a built in HD webcam with dual array microphones and stereo speakers.

“The XPS 15z delivers uncompromising performance in our most beautifully designed laptop yet,” said Sam Burd, vice president of Dell’s Consumer and Small/Medium Business product group.

“It delivers all the must-have features — from next-generation Intel Core processors for incredible performance to optional full HD screens that are up to 50 percent brighter than standard displays – all in a stunning form factor that makes it one of the thinnest 15-inch PC on the planet.”