Microsoft has shown off a 15-inch version of Dell's new ultra thin, ultra light Dell XPS at the Computex show in Taipei.

Like the Dell XPS 13, which was debuted at CES in January and we reviewed in March, the focus of the new model is its impressive display with minimal bezel. It makes for a more compact looking 15-inch model.

Sporting the same design language, the Dell XPS 15 will feature a QHD+ infinity edge display - that means a whopping 3200 x 1800 pixels - a robust-looking chiclet keyboard, a large trackpad and a textured diamond pattern running across the armrest and frame around the keyboard.

The model shown on stage by Microsoft, which is roughly the same size as a 14-inch laptop, was a coffee colour. However, it will be available in other colour variants.

We didn't get to put the XPS 15 through its paces, but the infinity display looks bright and crisp. And we did note that there is also a USB Type-C port – clearly something that is fast becoming an industry standard.

In a markedly different approach, Dell has included a built-in camera (which is necessary for the facial recognition feature on Windows 10) at the bottom of the screen rather than the top. What it is likely to do for your double chin we aren't sure, but with such a small bezel we can see why it's been placed here.

The Dell XPS 15 will run Windows 10 when it launches later in the year. If it performs anything like the Dell XPS 13, then users should be in for a treat.