Dell Inspiron 11 3000 Series hybrid available in July from $699
The affordable two-in-one hybrid is among a bevy of new computing devices unveiled by Dell today.
Published on Jun 10, 2014 11:00 AM
The new two-in-one hybrid was first unveiled last week at the Computex IT trade show in Taipei. The Dell Inspiron 11 3000 Series is able to function as both laptop and tablet due to a flexible hinge that rotates its 11.6-inch screen by 360 degrees. This design is similar to existing hybrids in the market such as the Lenovo Yoga.
But its likely competitor is the HP Pavilion x360, which is priced at $799 and has an identical 11.6-inch display. However, a larger and premium 13.3-inch Inspiron 13 7000 hybrid that also made its debut at Computex was not part of the launch.
Dell also introduced a range of laptops, desktops and 4K monitors for the enterprise. Among them are rugged 12- and 14-inch laptops that are designed and tested to survive extreme conditions. These Latitude Rugged Extreme notebooks are suitable for military or industrial use, and are available now starting at $4,600.