Yes, Dell did upgrade most of mobile line with new Intel Haswell processors for better battery performance. That’s awesome, heck we’re still solid fans of the XPS 12’s swinging touchscreen, however it’s the same concept as last year’s machine.

Enter the Dell XPS 11 that The Verge got it’s hands on during Computex, a device that has a hinge that flips over a keyboard and battery base that’s so thin it’s darn near non-existent. Dell says it’ll ship the XPS 11 complete with SD card reader, USB 3.0, stylus, and an 11.6 inch screen with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels sometime at the end of the year.

Despite the fact that the company isn’t yet telling us how much storage or RAM the device will ship with -to say nothing of it’s price tag, we’re still excited. Our wallets might not feel the same way though.