Besides its Alienware series, Dell is also launching new XPS notebooks this year. The XPS 15 and XPS 17 are Dell's newest high-end consumer laptops and comes with USB-C ports and 16:10 InfinityEdge display.
The new Dell XPS 15 design is the most significant update in nearly five years. The most striking feature is the 15.6-inch, 16:10 inch InfinityEdge display that first appeared on the ultraportable XPS 13 notebook.
Just like its smaller sibling, you can choose either a 4K (3840 x 2400) or a Full-HD (1920 x 1080) display panel.
The aspect 16:10 aspect ratio allows for more vertical space, which is nice for web browsing and word processing, and it has very thin bezels on all sides.PHOTO: Dell
Much like the XPS 13, Dell is ditching legacy ports such as the USB-A and HDMI in favour of USB-C.
These port changes do mean the XPS 15 now has a thinner profile, at 18mm high, and Dell is promising "the longest battery life of any 15-inch laptop," with up to 25 hours on the FHD display model.
It will also come with Intel's latest 10th Gen processors, and a discrete NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti Max-Q GPU is available as an optional upgrade.
Dell's updated XPS 15 starts shipping today, priced at US$1,299.99 (S$1,800).PHOTO: Dell
Dell is also introducing a new XPS 17, which was last seen nearly 10 years ago. It is much like the XPS 15, but obviously comes with a larger 17-inch 16:10 display.
Again, it has ridiculously small bezels and there are also 4K and FHD resolution options. Despite the large display, Dell calls this the "smallest 17-inch laptop on the planet," due to the slim bezels and thin body.
Like the 15-inch model, the XPS 17 features Intel's 10th GEN processors and can be equipped with either NVIDIA's GTX 1650 Ti Max-Q or the more powerful RTX 2060 GPU. It also won't come with legacy ports and instead has four USB-C Thunderbolt 3 ports.
The XPS 17 will be available this summer for US$1,499.99.
This article was first published in Hardware Zone.