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This is the incredible new Dell XPS 15 with Infinity Display

It was one of Microsoft's biggest new hardware partner announcements during the Computex Taipei Forum event, and while we're not allowed to touch it, here it is in all it's glory.

The biggest thing that strikes you is the Infinity Display. In the same way it wowed us at CES when the XPS 13 was introduced, it has that jaw-dropping appeal. We may have expected this to be the path Dell was going to take with its larger XPS offering, but you can't believe it until you see it.

So, what do we know? Very little. Dell had a strict "no comment" policy when asked about any hardware, release or pricing information. But it literally is a larger XPS 13. So you've got the form factor of something much smaller, maybe a 13-inch laptop, we honestly don't know. You've got the same construction, a harmony of Carbon Fiber and metal, and that it's "Windows 10 ready." And apparently that's when we'll see it, not before.

For now, that's what we've got. But we're going to be waiting with bated breath to find out more.

Richard Devine is an Editor at Windows Central. A former Project Manager and long-term tech addict, he joined Mobile Nations in 2011 and has been found on Android Central and iMore as well as Windows Central. Currently you'll find him covering all manner of PC hardware and gaming, and you can follow him on Twitter and Instagram.

  • Richard, Please steal that amazing thing for me.
  • Sorry, I called first dibs on it!
  • Nooooooooo...  I missed dibs!
  • Richard, please spell bated right ;¬)
  • Microsoft need to thin out the freakin edges of Surface Pro 4. 
  • Yes and any future devices either phone or anything.
  • And how are you supposed to hold a tablet without a bezel ? 
  • With mind power. Of course ;-)
  • Mind Power... also AKA; Kick-Stand.
  • Cortana, make me a sandwich...err hold this tablet with no bezel.
  • That was my thought too. I would like to see them lose some of the edge on the keyboard though. The current keyboard feels too small, would like a little space between the keys even if they have to go a little smaller on the actual keys themselves.
  • I think the bezels of the screen of Surface Pro could be made thinner.  But too thin is no good, as it is easy to accientally touch part of the screen when holding it. Actually I like the design of Surface keyboard - minimal space between keys.  Why do we more want space between keys?  I like this design very much.  My typing experience with Surface keyboard is even greater than using traditional keyboard.  And this echoes with the design of Windows 8/10 start screen, where space between tiles is minimal.
  • Speaking for myself, I have health issues that have made me lose some touch sensitivity in my finger tips. A keyboard with space between the keys helps me to keep my place better.
  • I recently bought my first laptop in 8 years and had never experienced a keyboard with empty space between the keys, and I agree, it's not good. This prevents you from getting input if you're not spot on and it drives me mad. I hope the type cover is good because I might buy an SP4.
  • Maybe they could make it smart enough to distinguish between a hand resting on the edges and a finger providing touch input.
  • You hold it with your hands, which are mostly touching the back of the device.
  • Or maybe when you're hungry too so Cortana can ask you where you'd like to eat.