The Dell XPS 13 L321x, the company’s first ultrabook, is now available. There are three configurations of this 0.7″ thin laptop on the Dell website. The cheapest costs $1,000 and comes with the 2nd Gen Intel Core i5-2467M processor and a 128GB solid state drive. The mid-range variant retailing for $1,300 uses a 256GB SSD instead of 128GB, while the top-of-the-line $1,500 configuration includes the i7-2637M and the 256GB SSD.
The XPS 13 L321x features a 13.3-inch 300-nit 1366×768 display covered with edge-to-edge Gorilla glass and includes 4GB DDR3 memory, Intel’s integrated graphics, and Windows 7 Home Premium OS.
The 3-pound ultrabook has a casing made of aluminum and carbon fiber, a full size backlit chiclet keyboard, glass touchpad with multi-gesture support, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity, USB 3.0, USB 2.0 port, mini Display-Port, built-in 1.3MP webcam, and “up to 8 hours and 53 minutes” of battery life.