Dell has finally refreshed its XPS 13 lineup with Intel’s 11th Generation processors. And this added several new features on the laptops.
First of all the standard XPS 13 Ubuntu Edition and 2-in-1 edition meets the Intel Evo requirements. On the top end, you will get Intel i7-1185G7. The XPS will have Intel Iris Xe Graphics, with Thunderbolt 4 ports, and Wi-Fi 6. Thanks to Evo, XPS 13 can now give 9 hours of battery on 1080p displays, and 30-minute charge will give four hours of battery life.
At max, you will get upto 32GB of soldered RAM, clocked at 4,267MHz, 2TB SSD, most probably NVMe SSD. In terms of display, you can get a 4K display with DisplayHDR 400. The configuration begins from Core i3, 8GB RAM, and 256GB SSD, and a 1920×1200 resolution screen.
Certain models will get their own specific features. The 2-in-1 will get adds a Windows Hello Infrared camera, and a new color will replace the current arctic white color option.
The Dell XPS 13 lineup will be up on sale in North America starting September 30, for a cost of $999 for the standard model. On the other hand, the 2-in-1 will be available for $1249.
Source: Android Authority
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