Photo - (From left) Khoo Teng Guan, GM, Consumer Business, Dell Sales Malaysia; and Sunny Ooi, Consumer Channels Group Director, Microsoft Malaysia.
Khoo said that Dell has also updated its popular systems. "The award-winning XPS 13 has been updated with a new specification, including the Ivy Bridge chipset. As a result, the new XPS 13 is up to two times faster than the previous generation XPS 13. The Inspiron One 23 All-in-One PC, with its impressive performance and a bright Full HD display in a space-saving, sleek design, is now available with a touchscreen option for entertainment, education and fun for the whole family."
"Dell is not only designing great Ultrabooks and PCs for Windows 8, it is also updating its line of computing peripherals," he said "Dell is making available a 23-inch S2340T multi-touch monitor and TP713 wireless touchpad designed specially to extend the Windows 8 experience."
"The S2340T is Dell's first multi-touch monitor, designed to maximise a media entertainment experience with beautiful aesthetics, performance and a multi-position, 90-degree articulating stand," added Khoo. "Unlike most other touchpads, the TP713 has a full-touch work surface that extends across the entire device top, allowing users to swipe and scroll with ease. Users can place multiple fingers on the smooth, durable glass touch surface; the multi-touch functionality provides expanded capabilities when using the new apps on Windows 8."
"With Windows 8 reimagined, we are bringing a no-compromise, immersive and personalised experience to our customers," said technology solutions giant Microsoft Malaysia's product group manager, Amrita Sapre. "The support from our partners is critical for the success of Windows 8. Dell is an important partner to Microsoft and we will continue to work together to transform lives through the power of computing technology."
Microprocessor manufacturer Intel Malaysia country manager of sales and marketing, Prakash Mallya, said: "Our life experiences are defined by our senses -- by what we see, hear and touch. These human senses are also at the foundation of Intel's vision for the Ultrabook to deliver a no-compromise, must-have computing experience and we congratulate Dell on the launch of its new touch enabled product range. "Dell has always been at the forefront of innovation in technology and we are glad to be a partner to Dell in the continuing evolution of the computing experience."
Photo - Another view of the Dell XPS 12.
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