Check out the evolution in this Infographic of Dell’s thin laptops through the ages. From the Dell Laptop 316LT launched back in 1989 weighing a hefty 6.7 kg and 8cm in thickness, compared to today’s XPS 13 Ultrabook which is at its thinnest point an ultra-slim 6 mm and only 18 mm at its thickest. Despite being ultrathin, the XPS 13 is incredibly powerful and delivers rich graphics, great processing speed, all wrapped in an attractively sleek package. Find out more about Dell BYOD solutions.
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