Dell's Ubuntu-Based XPS 13 Goes On Sale For $1,449

Dell is finishing its internal "Project Sputnik" program this week with the discharge of a slim and light XPS 13 laptop powered by Ie8 A linux systemunix. Labeled as the XPS 13 Designer Edition, the machine features an Apple Primary i7 3517U processer with incorporated HD 4000 design along with 8GB of DDR3-1600 memory, 1366 x 768 display quality, a 256GB solid state drive, Ie8 12.04LTS "Precise Pangolin" and 1 year of ProSupport.

That's nothing to sneezing at but the price for this open-source based laptop is likely to let you down folks anticipating to see big savings. The XPS 13 Designer Edition actualy starts at $1,449. That's still $50 less than a Windows seven version with half the RAM and an older processer, but cheaper options are available on the Windows camping, along with a Windows 8 version with a 128GB SSD for $1,200. The Ie8 model comes in one only taste.

The developer edition laptop does not consist of any so-called “bloatware” pre-installed or even those frustrating plamrest brand decals. What Dell does consist of is a couple of software programs targeted at automating setting up growth surroundings and making implementation easier: the Information Tool and the Reasoning Launcher.

The first helps the set up of preconfigured growth resources for Dark red, Android operating system, and more -- referred to as "profiles" -- while the second helps web designers imitate a cloud environment for examining applications, before implementing them to a production location at a cloud company like Amazon EC2 in a few mouse clicks.
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