A lot of people are wondering which one should they choose between iPad Pro 2 or Dell XPS 13 2-in-1. Some users love the iPad Pro because it can deliver epic power, has an A9X Chip and Advanced Retina display. While some people are curious how the world’s first borderless InfinityEdge display will make a difference in their user experience.
Dell XPS 13 2-in-1
Dell’s XPS laptops are available in 13 and 15-inch models. They have an awesome design and keyboard plus, their bezel is almost invisible. This look is very striking that it can barely be matched by any other laptop available. Now with the hybrid XPS 13 2-in-1, users have a 360-degree hinged convertible and practically the same bezel display. You have the choice of putting it in a kiosk or table tent position. You can also fold it all the way back into its chunky tablet form. The good thing about this style of hybrid is that it works just as well like any other clamshell laptop.
You have an Intel Core i5 and i7 Y-series low voltage processors, and the Gorilla Glass screen is in full HD or a breathtaking 3,200×1,800 pixel resolution. Its retail price starts at $999 USD. You also have dual under the screen webcam lenses, with Windows Hello support. It also comes with an optional fingerprint reader, according to?CNet.
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iPad Pro 2
Per Smartstock News, this 12.9-inch iPad Pro was released back in late 2015. There are some important upgrades that were made to help Apple strengthen its position in the market. This product is expected to be launched in March 2017. Speculations are going around that the company will launch three variants of this iPad. This includes the entry-level 9.7-inch model, a mid-range model at 10.5 inches, and the high-end model at 12.9 inches.
As of writing, Apple has not yet given out any info about the iPad?s resolution. However, it’s been compared to Apple’s True Tone technology. As mentioned by Pocket-lint, there were other changes made, which include the removal of its home button. An edge-to-edge display was also added to its features.
This could be another implication that the newest iPad version will also have a thin bezel just like its predecessor. Finally, the iPad Pro 2 is much likely to have a fingerprint scanner as well. It?s hard to make a decision which hybrid is better if the iPad Pro 2 features haven?t been fully disclosed yet. Users will just have to wait until March 2017 to find out. When the time comes, you be the judge.
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