Among the world leading tech devices like laptops other computing devices makes Dell has introduces its new XPS 13 laptop. On the other hand, Intel’s latest launched 10th-gen processor is also making its mark in the market with this laptop. Besides that, the cheaper model starts at $899 and features the Intel Core i3-10110U. whereas, Dell will offer a high-end model with the souped-up hexacore Intel Core i7-10710U CPU beginning in October.
Dell also says that its XPS 13 2-in-1 is now available. It’s the first laptop to be Project Athena-certified, guaranteeing nine hours of battery life, thanks to Intel’s Ice Lake 10th Gen CPUs.
Dell’s XPS 13
It says that The XPS 13 is one of the widely used Windows laptops on the market today, and it’s about to get even better, thanks to a big boost in performance. And now the XPS 13 is equipped latest Intel’s latest 10th-generation processors. The Intel Comet Lake variants of the XPS 13 7390 start with an Intel Core i3-10110U processor clocked at 4.1 GHz, and users can also choose upgraded builds with either Core i5 or Core i7 processors.
Latestly, in U.S, he XPS 13 maxes out with a 10th-gen, six-core Intel Core i7-10710U clocked at 4.6GHz. Dell claims that these laptops should get up to 21 hours of battery life for productivity tasks on a single charge with a full HD display. Other than this, all the models are integrated with Intel UHD graphics.
Other than the upgradations in processor, the new XPS 13 also packs the Killer AX1650 2x2 Intel WiFi 6 chipset, boosting Wi-Fi speeds by up to three times.
According to Dell, the XPS 13 will either be configured with a touchscreen or a regular non-touch panel, and HD and Ultra HD 4K panels are also available. The screens are HDR-ready and support 100% of the sRGB color spectrum. On the other hand, the newly configured laptop will be available starting August 27, and prices start at $899.