Dell's XPS 13 was a bit late to market for an ultrabook but made up for it by offering a nice premium option. The XPS 14 takes the same overall design aesthetic and scaled it up with a larger display and more features that were missing from their initial ultrabook. With a base price of $1100, it certainly falls into the premium category as more and more companies are looking to go for lower prices. Does this larger system still maintain the ultrabook principles of being compact and portable or has it scaled in price and features to be compared to standard laptops instead? Find out in my review of the Dell XPS 14 ultrabook.