The XPS 15z notebook is now up for grabs at Dell’s UK website, where it has been priced at £899.
It’s gone up for $999 in America, but we’re used to having to pay a premium on relative costs to the US by now.
Apparently “one of the thinnest” 15 inch laptops in the world, Dell is underlining its portability with the slogan “less mass, more appeal”.
The notebook is just under an inch wide at its thickest point, and looks pretty flashy with an anodized aluminium case and a backlit chiclet keyboard.
The most basic £899 priced 15z comes with an Intel Core i5-2410M 2.3GHz processor, 4GB of Ram, a 1GB GeForce GT 525M graphics solution, a 500GB hard disk, and a 15.6 inch 1366×768 display.
Push the budget to £1199 and you’ll get an i7-2620M running at 2.7GHz, a doubling of memory with 8GB of Ram and 2GB of VRam on board the GT 525M, a 750GB hard drive and a full HD 1920×1080 full display.