Dell’s XPS 13 series is one of their more popular laptops, due the lightweight and stylish designs, but more importantly the performance and quality it tends to offer. This year is no different and Dell are including some upgrades that will offer better performance.
Things start with an Intel 8th generation quad-core processor and obviously whatever amount of DDR4 RAM you choose. The display is of course 13-inch, and goes all the way up to 4K resolution and includes the Dell InfinityEdge, with extremely narrow bezel. The display also sports Dell Cinema tech, which allows for HDR support, among Waves Maxx audio enhancements for a better visual and audio experience.
The design now includes a White/Gold version along with the previous Silver, and Black colours. Dell have stated they’ve using a glass fibre weave with coating to prevent the color from fading over time, and to protect it from the usual stains.
Other features include a Fingerprint sensor on the power button, Infrared sensor/webcam for Windows Hello support (Face recognition log in). The new XPS 13 is avaialble to order today and starts at €1,349.