Dell expanded its line of XPS laptops today at an event in New York, including a redesigned 13-inch Ultrabook, while introducing 15-inch and 11-inch models to the series.

The new third-generation XPS 13 comes equipped with a fourth-gen Intel processor and implements carbon fiber into its design, using the high-tech material on the bottom of the laptop for a lightweight device that's also cool to the touch. Dell claims the new XPS 13 is the most compact 13-inch laptop in the world.

Dell also introduced a larger XPS 15, which it boasts is the first 15-inch latop in the world to boast a Quad HD+ display with a resolution of 3200 x 1800 pixels, making it the sharpest laptop screen out there according to the company. The XPS 15 also packs a quad-core processor and Nvidia GT750M graphics, and boasts an 18 mm thin design coming in at under 4.5 pounds.

Finally, the company announced the XPS 11, which it claims is the thinnest and lightest 2-in-1 laptop-tablet hybrid in the industry today. The device features a hinge design and flat keyboard.