The Dell XPS 13 is a new Ultrabook that uses an edge-to-edge display to deliver a 13 inch display in a notebook that is the size of most 11 inch notebooks, giving you a compact and portable notebook.
Now, you can be among the first to own a Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook thanks to Dell and Intel who are teaming up with GottaBeMobile.com to give away a Dell XPS 13 to one of our readers. This contest is part of the Create. Work. Inspire. event which we covered this past weekend.
The Dell XPS 13 will be available in February, but we were able to go hands on with it this past weekend, along with a number of interested gallery attendees, and came away impressed. Adam Mills was most impressed with the sleek design, small footprint and the edge-to-edge Gorilla Glass display.
When the Dell XPS 13 is released in February it will be priced at $999, which includes an Intel Core i5 second generation processor, 4GB RAM and a 128GB SSD. The 13.3 inch edge-to-edge Gorilla Glass display has a 1366 x 768 resolution, and fits in a small bezel to keep the size of the Ultrabook down to about that of the 11 inch MacBook Air.
Now, you can enter for your chance to get your hands on this new Ultrabook, and kick your regular notebook to the curb.
How to Win a Dell XPS 13
All you need to do to enter is to find the Twitter Hashtag at the bottom of our Create. Work. Inspire live blog post and send a tweet that includes the hashtag, @GottaBeMobile and the line below.
For example, after following @GottaBeMobile on Twitter, I could tweet the following to enter.
I want a Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook to create my next masterpiece. #XPS13WIN – @GottaBeMobile.com – https://bit.ly/XPS13WIN
The contest is open to U.S. Residents 18 and over. Contest void where prohibited by law, please check local regulations before entering. The contest will close on Wednesday February 8th at 11:59 PM Pacific. You may only enter once per contest, entering multiple times will disqualify you from the contest.
Live blog post sponsored by Dell and Intel
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