Dell’s new XPS line of 13-inch laptops have a few new features that make them a great buy for the average consumer.
The XPS 15, a 13.3-inch model, comes with a quad-core Intel Core i7 processor, 8GB of RAM, 512GB of storage, a 1080p display, a 15.6-inch matte-touch display, and a 1366 x 768-pixel resolution.
The 14-inch version of the XPS is the same price, with a Core i5 processor, up to 8GB RAM, a 500GB hard drive, a Thunderbolt 3 port, and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card.
The 13.5-inch XPS 17 comes with an i5-6200U processor, a GTX 1050 Ti GPU, up a 256GB SSD, and NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1050.
The $1 million model of the 15.5 and 14.5 inch XPSs is the only model with the Core i3 processor.
The laptop’s $2,399 price tag isn’t bad, and its battery life is also decent, at around 11 hours.
The 16-inch variant is the most expensive at $3,399, and the 13- and 14- and 15-inch models come with the same Core i4 processor.
The 13-incher, which is coming in the fourth week of stock availability, costs $1.69 million.
Its price tag doesn’t include a keyboard, speakers, or a DVD-ROM drive, but the 15-inchers Core i2, i3, and i5 chips are worth a bit more.
The new laptops all use the Intel Haswell chips, which are also found in some Windows laptops and laptops with AMD graphics.
That means the Xps 13 and 15 have Intel chips in them.
The 15.3 and 14 also have Intel cores, and both the 13 and 14 have Nvidia GPUs.
But the 15 has a GeForce GTX 1070 graphics card, while the 14 has an AMD Radeon RX Vega 56 graphics card that comes in a bundle.
The Dell Xps laptops are available in two colors: silver and gold.
The silver version has an aluminum frame with a silver back, and it comes with Windows 10 Home, but you can get it with any Windows 10 version, including Windows 8.1.
The gold version comes with aluminum frame and gold back, but it comes in silver and silver with gold accents.
The black version comes in black or black with gold.
The 14.2-inch and 15.7-inch versions of the Dell XP laptops are only available in a limited run, with both coming in Silver and Gold.
Both models have the same processor, the same storage, and Nvidia’s latest GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card in them, but they don’t come with any of the other extras.
The base model, the XP 15, has an i7-7700HQ processor, and has 512GB storage and an SSD, while its price tag is $2.99 million.
The pricier 14.7 model, which has an 8-core, 8-thread Core i9 processor, 256GB of DDR4 RAM, an SSD and a GeForce 1050 Ti graphics card with 512GB RAM for $2 million, has the same hardware as the base model and has a slightly different storage configuration.
The price tag for the 15 with the 16-core Core i6 processor and a GTX 1080 is $4.99 more.
The 16- and 17-inch configurations of the 13.1 and 14 laptops have the Core x5 processor that Intel sells on the desktop side of the equation, but there’s a separate chip for the gaming side of things, which means the 13, 14, and 15 versions of these machines are different in terms of specs than the 13 laptops.
The models with a 16- or 17-core CPU are also different than the 12 models with the i7, so they don and are only sold with Windows.
The only difference between the base and the 14 models is the battery life.
Both are rated at 11 hours on a single charge, with the 13 model being rated at 12 hours.
The base model is rated for 11 hours of video playback, and 11 hours when idle, and with an 8GB SSD and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 960 graphics card you’ll get about 10 hours of battery life, according to Dell.
The other model has a 12-core i7 CPU and an 8.6GB SSD that should provide about 10 percent more juice, and this one comes with 512MB of RAM.
The difference is minimal, and you can pick up the 14 model for $1k less.
The 15 and 14 models of the 14 and 13 models come in a set of three colors.
The Silver model comes in Black, Silver, and Gold, while both the Silver and the Gold models