Dell XPS 14 Ultrabook Review – 2012 VersionWed, Jan 23, 2013 - 12:00 AM
Dell XPU 14 Ultrabook Retail Packaging
The Dell XPS 14 comes shipped in a relatively plain black box. The only indications of what’s on the inside is the Dell logo, XPS logo, and the Intel logo. I suppose lack of flash is a good thing on the shipping box though, to many sticky fingers out there.
Once we open up the shipping box, we start to see some color. Inside the shipping package there is a hard plastic shell that is all dressed up and stylish, as far as packaging goes, this one is nice and secure.
Taking the top cover off, we can get a good look at the top of the Dell XPS 14 Ultrabook. The brushed aluminum shell of the Dell XPS14 looks great, a real clean look to the system.
Removing the XPS14 reveals a second layer that is separated by a piece of protective material.
Underneath we have the boxes that contain the paperwork and accessories for the Dell XPS14.
The paperwork is pretty simple for the Dell XPS14, a quick start guide, and a pamphlet of important information.
Underneath, that paperwork we have the power brick for the XPS14 which is rated for an output of 19.5 Volts and 4.62 Amps.