ByLinky Johnson 2019-05-29 1129
▪ Display: 15.6″ OLED 4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160) InfinityEdge, non-touch, 400 nits, 100% DCI P3, 100,000:1 contrast ratio, anti-glare/ 15.6″ UltraSharp 4K Ultra HD (3840×2160) InfinityEdge touch, 500 nits, 100% Adobe RGB minimum; contrast ratio 1.500:1, anti-glare/ 15.6″ FHD (1920 x 1080) InfinityEdge, 500 nits 100% sRGB, contrast ratio 1500:1, Dolby Vision
▪ Processor: i5-9300H/ i7-9750H/ i9-9980HK
▪ RAM: 8 to 64 GB DDR4 2.666 MHz Dual Channel
▪ Video card: Intel UHD Graphics 630 + NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 (4GB GDDR5)
▪ Storage: 256GB SSD PCIe 3×4/ 512GB SSD PCIe 3×4/ 1TB PCIe SSD 3×4/ 2TB PCIe 3×4
▪ Connectivity: AX1650 Killer (2×2) on Intel WiFi 6 chipset, Bluetooth 5.0, Miracast
▪ Ports: Thunderbolt 3 with DisplayPort and power delivery, 2x USB 3.1 Gen 1, 1x HDMI 2.0, SD card reader, combo audio jack
▪ Weight: 1.8 kg (56 Whr battery)/ 2 kg (97 Whr battery)
▪ Thickness: maximum 17 mm
▪ Other: 4W audio system, 720p webcam, 130 watt power supply, backlit battery, fingerprint reader on power button (optional)
▪Operating System: Windows 10
Definitely one of the most interesting refreshments of recent years for XPS 15. In addition to the new processors we find the new GTX 1650, which finally retire the 1050, the possibility of having a 15″ OLED display and other goodies such as Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.0. All that is needed to make these machines, at least on paper, an interesting investment capable of lasting several years.
Speaking of expenses, the new XPS 15 will cost, when they are available in the next few weeks, from $999 up.
▪ Display: 13.4″ UltraSharp 4K Ultra HD+ (3840 x 2400) InfinityEdge touch, HDR 400, 500 nit, 100% sRGB + DCI P3 90%, contrast ratio 1500:1/ 13.4″ FHD+ (1920 x 1200) InfinityEdge, touch, 500 nit, 100% sRGB, contrast ratio 1800:1, Dolby Vision, anti-reflection, anti-fingerprint, Eyesafe
▪ Processor: Intel Core i3-1005 G1 (8MB cache, up to 3.4GHz)/ Intel Core i5-1035 G1 (6MB cache, up to 3.7GHz)/ Intel i7-1065 G7 (4MB cache, up to 3.9GHz)
▪ RAM: 4 to 32 GB LPDDR4 to 3.733 MHz
▪ Video card: integrated Intel UHD/ integrated Intel Iris Plus
▪ Storage: 256GB SSD PCIe 3 x4/ SSD 512GB PCIe 3 x4/ SSD 1TB PCIe 3 x4
▪ Connectivity: Killer AX1650 (2×2) chipset Intel WiFi 6, Bluetooth 5.0, Miracast
▪ Ports: 2 x Thunderbolt 3 with DisplayPort and power delivery, microSD player, combo audio jack
▪ Battery: 51 Whr
▪ Weight: 1.32 kg
▪ Thickness: maximum 13 mm
▪ Other: Alexa voice recognition, 720p webcam, backlit MagLev keyboard, fingerprint reader on power button
▪ Operating System: Windows 10
Now even the convertible version (its screen flips over behind the keyboard) of Dell's thirteen inches is also interesting for the productivity of a certain level. The secret are the new Intel processors of the 10th generation, which promise many features and a decent power (even on the graphics), while consuming little.
Of course, there's still a long way to go before we get our hands on this convertible. Dell is talking about "short" deadlines, but Intel has stated that the 10th generation processors will not be available before the holiday period at the end of the year. On the other hand, we know that prices will start, in the U.S., from $ 999.