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Dell XPS 12" Touchscreen Ultrabook
Combine laptop computing power with the versatility of a tablet, and you get a Dell XPS touchscreen Ultrabook. The Ultrabook's clever hinge opens like traditional laptops for use at a desk, and it can also rotate 180° so that the HD touchscreen can be used in one hand with the device closed. In either mode, the laptop's powerful internals, which include a dual-core 1.9GHz processor, 4GB of RAM, and a speedy solid-state drive work together to juggle multiple apps at once and let users swipe smoothly through the touch-friendly Windows 8 operating system.
- Product number: XPS12-I54256GQ
- 12" reversible touchscreen display
- 1920x1080 resolution
- 1.9GHz Intel Core i5 dual-core processor
- 4GB DDR3 RAM
- 256GB SSD
- Integrated Intel HD graphics
- Two USB 3.0 ports
- 802.11a/g/n WiFi
- 1.3MP webcam
- Carbon fiber and aluminum body
- Windows 8 OS
- Condition: manufacturer refurbished
- One-year manufacturer's warranty
- Technical specifications
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Limit 3 per person, may buy 2 more as gifts. Free returns. Does not ship to AK/HI/Canada/Puerto Rico. Most orders are delivered within 7 business days from the purchase date. Does not ship to PO boxes. See return policy. Must pay applicable tax and provide name and shipping address at checkout, which will be shared to facilitate shipping. 1 year manufacturer warranty. Goods sold by Groupon Goods. How is the strike-through price determined?