The most impressive of the trio is no doubt the new XPS 17, resurrected after nearly 10 years. Claimed by the brand to be the smallest 17-inch laptop in the world, it nonetheless packs a serious punch, being the “most powerful XPS laptop ever made.” It features a spacious 16:10 screen with extremely thin bezels on all four sides — even the bottom bezel is virtually gone — which come in either Full HD+ or can be upgraded to 4K UHD+ display with HDR400 support and the ability to render 100 percent of Adobe’s RGB color spectrum. Spec-wise, it’s powered by a selection of 10th Generation Intel Core processors, GPU options of up to Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 2060, up to 64GB of DDR4 RAM, and up to 1TB of SSD storage. The brand also claims that it can carry a battery life of 20 hours.
If you’re looking for something a little more mobile, there’s also the XPS 15. It carries a similar 16:10 Full HD+ display with minimal bezels — upgradeable to a 4K UHD+ option — and the same 10th Generation Intel Core processors. RAM and SSD storage options also remain the same as the XPS 17, although its graphics card maxes out with the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650Ti. Also claimed by Dell to be the smallest 15-inch laptop on the market, it has a battery life of up to 25 hours, slightly longer than its higher-performing 17-inch counterpart.
For those interested, Dell’s XPS 15 will be available this week, while the XPS 17 will arrive this summer. Prices will start at $1,300 USD and $1,500 USD respectively. Head over to Dell’s website to learn more now.
Elsewhere in tech, Samsung is reportedly releasing a special edition Galaxy Fold Lite.