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The Dell XPS 11 -- purportedly the thinnest and lightest 2-in-1 ultrabook hybrid -- features a 360-degree convertible design that allows it to easily transform from laptop to tablet.
The XPS 11's keyboard features backlight functionality, which isn't very common for 2-in-1 tablet/laptop hybrids.
The sensitivity of the Dell XPS 11's keyboard can be adjusted to allow for a tablet-oriented experience without pesky interference from randomly pressed keys.
Even if it's not the thinnest ultrabook, the Dell XPS 11 is pretty darn slim with a profile that manages to squeeze in a full HDMI port.
Even though the XPS 11 is small, it passes on the micro-size features for full-size USB and HDMI ports, as well as an SD card expansion slot.
According to Dell, they used more carbon fiber than ever for the fall 2013 version of the Dell XPS 11.