Dell will equip its flagship model with the latest 11th generation Intel processors. They will be available in the US and Canada from September 30.
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Dell’s flagship model, the XPS series of laptops, received a significant update earlier this year with a larger touchpad, a 16:10 aspect ratio display and slimmer bezels. Now they also want to make a significant update on the inside.
For this they rely on the latest generation of processors from Intel. The XPS 13 and XPS 13 2-in-1 also get Thunderbolt 4 and faster 4267MHz LPDDR4 RAM with support for up to 32GB RAM.
Dell’s XPS laptops are the ideal portable laptops. To promote their use for work on the go, they now rely on a battery life of at least 9 hours, from sleep to active in less than one second and fast charging. After 15 minutes of charging, the laptop could last up to 4 hours again. In addition, the new XPS 13 and XPS 13 2-in-1 will also offer Intel Xe graphics.
The XPS 13 Developer Edition will also be provided with the 11 in the latest releaseof generation processors. In addition, this Linux version comes preloaded with Ubuntu 20.04LTS. Dell would also go for a maximum battery life of 19 hours. Those who did not buy the special Developer Edition but a version with Windows pre-loaded will be able to switch to Ubuntu via a free download.
XPS 13 2-in-1
For the XPS 13 2-in-1 additional changes will be made in addition to the internal specifications. Dell adds a new Windows Hello-compatible infrared camera and a new chassis in the ‘frost’ color scheme.
Price and availability
The updated laptops will be available in the United States and Canada from September 30. There, the standard model will have a starting price of $ 1,000. You pay at least $ 1,250 for the XPS 13 2-in-1. The price of the Linux version with Ubuntu has not yet been released. Within weeks of its release in the US and Canada, Europe and Asia will also be next.
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