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Latest Dell XPS 12 switches to tablet design, InfinityEdge display.

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Original at Giga.de

It looks like the Lenovo Miix 700 is going to get some strong competition in the 12-inch 2-in-1 space because details are emerging of a new Dell XPS 12 tablet with docking keyboard, USB-C and an edge-to-edge display.

Giga.de have followed up their Venue 8 Pro leak with a slide of information on a new Dell XPS 12 showing that Dell have moved on from the carousel design to a docking tablet set-up. Brief information shows a 4K display which may, or may not, excite you. The same goes for the edge-edge Infinity display which removes the oft-important frame.

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TCL’s H8800, H9700 high-end screens at IFA 2015.

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Thanks TCL for your support and an interesting set of TV products. At IFA2015 last week I got up-close with a huge 110-inch 4K display, a 4K monitor with colors that were stunning and three 65-inch curved monitors showing 12K video content.  Video below.

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110-inch curved 4K TV from TCL at IFA 2015

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Haswell Overview – Dual Slice GPU to Feature in Ultrabooks in 2013

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One of the aims of attending the Intel Developer Forum last week for me was to find out as much as possible about 2013, Haswell and what it means for Ultrabooks. I’m sure there’s more detail to come soon (and possibly, a new roadmap) but I came away with a lot of useful information that I’ve summarized below. What is clear is that Haswell is more about mobility than any other Core CPU to date. It will extend down into tablet territory enabling detachable screens and new form factors. There will be a huge focus on active standby; the claimed 20x lower idle power should equate to multi-day ‘active’ idle. A ‘dual slice’ GPU will feature in Ultrabooks

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