The delightfully borderless Infinity display that Dell introduced on the XPS 13 this year is moving up in size class. As part of a sneak preview of upcoming Windows 10 hardware here at Computex Taipei, Microsoft showed the new Dell XPS 15. The only things we know about this new laptop so far are that it has a razor-thin bezel, like its smaller sibling, and that it's going to be among the wave of hardware refreshes that will accompany Windows 10 in the latter half of this year.
The 2015 XPS 13 model offers a choice of display configurations going from a basic 1080p panel to a touchscreen with a 3200 x 1800 resolution. It wouldn't be unreasonable to surmise that the XPS 15 will follow a similar path, though Dell had a rep at the show sternly forbidding anyone from touching the laptop. Which was probably a good idea, given how easily it managed to pick up smudges from the brief demo Microsoft's Nick Parker gave of it during the Windows maker's keynote. Just a sneak peek for now, but color us intrigued.
Verge Video archive: A closer look at the 2015 XPS 13