The Dell XPS 15 2-in-1 is only 16mm thin, making it the smallest and thinnest 2-in-1 notebook in the 15-inch size category. It's a nice device for those looking to take the first step into both virtual reality and gaming. You can get it with 500GB of storage for $439 or 1TB of storage for $799. SKUs can now be configured with quad-core Core i5-8250U and i7-8550U processors not unlike the late XPS 13 9360 or the upcoming XPS 13 9370. Further, the upgraded notebook family has an Nvidia GeForce MX130 and Intel HD/UHD 620 graphics options. We're talking one of them discrete Radeon RX Vega M graphics-integrating processors too, paired with 8 or 16GB RAM for silky smooth multitasking and mind-blowing performance for home entertainment, workplace productivity or even gaming purposes. In terms of storage, users can choose between a 128GB SATA SSD for the base option.
Yes, it's that time of year again-Dell's annual jamming a thumb into the eye of Apple's vaunted MacBook Pro 15. But when Intel unveiled the chips at the start of January it made some pretty impressive boasts and showed the RX Vega M GL chip playing AAA titles at 40fps-plus framerates in 1080p. It's not uncommon for a manufacturer to charge extra for a stylus, but some companies like HP include a stylus in the box with their convertibles (HP packages one with the Spectre x360 15, a similarly sized and priced convertible to Dell's new device).
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Both feature Dell's iconic near-bezel-free InfinityEdge display tech and be available with FHD and 4K resoluteness options. Secondly, the 7390 and 7490 will have anti-glare matte touchscreen options for business users who may want touch features without the distracting glare that often come with touch-enabled panels. The second, more battery-friendly option is a 1080p panel that hits 400 nits and 100 percent of the sRGB color gamut. The 13 is also being offered with Ubuntu 16.04.
Whenever someone defines an ultrabook, Dell's XPS range of laptops comes to the mind immediately. The laptop is available right now online starting at $999. The XPS 15 launches in April starting at $1,299.99. The design of the device remains unchanged, although it's highly likely Dell will end up bringing the next-gen XPS 13 design to the XPS 15 sometime in the near-future. Global details have not been announced yet, but that works out to about £960 or AU$1,650.