Dell’s latest take on a 2-in-1 laptop / tablet is very much like Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4 but with one key difference: The included keyboard is a solid base, not a thin cover.
Like the base model $899 Surface Pro 4, Dell’s XPS 12 uses an Intel Skylake Core M processor; the Core m5-6Y54 Dell chose is clocked at 1.1 GHz and ramps up to 2.7 GHz as needed. Microsoft is also offering Core i5 / i7 options in the Surface Pro 4. A pair of USB Type-C ports are used for charging, data transfer and external monitors. The tablet portion measures 8 millimeters thick and weights 1.75 pounds, according to Dell’s official XPS 12 product page.
The base model starts at $999 and includes the keyboard base along with 8 GB of memory and 128 GB of storage. Also like Microsoft’s product, the XPS 12 has an 8 megapixel rear camera and 5 megapixel front image sensor. Dell will offer an optional pen.
The XPS 12 display is 12.5-inches diagonally, just a tick larger than the Surface Pro’s 12.3-inch screen.
Dell’s base model, however, offers 1920 x 1080 resolution, which is below that of Microsoft’s 2736×1824 choice. You can bump up to a 4K resolution with the XPS 12, however, bringing the price up to $1,299. That configuration also doubles your storage space but retains the Core m5 chip.
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By Steven Burke / CRN
December 07, 2012 4:19 PM ET
Condusiv Technologies is upping the ante in the virtualization market with a guaranteed performance boost of at least 25 percent on virtual machines for its new V-locity 4 product. The virtual storage software, which will be formally announced on Monday, comes with a money back guarantee if the minimum performance boost is not met.The new offering is the first product built from the ground up by the Burbank, Calif., software maker, formerly Diskeeper, to attack the fast growing virtualization market, working side by side with VMware and Microsoft (NSDQ:MSFT) Hyper-V virtual platforms.
Condusiv CEO Jerry Baldwin, a channel savvy veteran who took the helm last September, renaming the company and building out a new robust channel program, said V-locity 4 propels Condusiv into the midmarket where CIOs have found themselves making hefty hardware purchases to overcome I/O storage bottlenecks.The product, more than a year in development, has been receiving rave reviews from more than 150 beta testers who have been putting the product into IT environments plagued by performance bottlenecks, said Baldwin.