Dell’s XPS line of laptops has always been a budget friendly machine, but this year it finally gets a few extra bells and whistles.
The XPS 13 was originally priced at $1,399 when it launched last year, but Dell’s price drop is starting to feel like a bargain.
This is partly because the new 15th anniversary model will be priced at just $399, but it will be a nice upgrade over last year’s model that had an upgradeable storage option for $399.
It will also be the first Dell laptop to offer a removable hard drive for a price tag of just $150.
The new XPS laptop’s display is also going to be much better, thanks to the company’s new True Tone color calibration feature.
This feature lets users adjust the color temperature for each color channel, and can improve the look of any panel by up to 10 percent.
This means you’ll be able to get much better color results in darker situations.
Dell also added an optional fingerprint scanner for the XPS 10.
The keyboard is still the same as it was on last year and Dell has made the keyboard a little more comfortable with the company now using a slightly larger keyboard than last year.
The touchpad has also gotten a little better, but we still don’t feel it’s as responsive as it used to be.
Dell’s new XP laptop is going to cost just $599 when it arrives in November.
Dell is also introducing the first 10-inch notebook from the company with a new screen, which is a big upgrade over the X1.
The company has been updating the XP line for a while now, but the new X1 is going bigger.
The notebook has a full 1080p display, which should help it get you a lot more work done.
The 10.1-inch display is going up to 1080p resolution, which means it will look really good.
The display has a resolution of 1024×768, which Dell claims should give you a pixel density of 437ppi, which translates to 1,816,600 pixels.
Dell has also increased the battery capacity from the previous model to 3,500mAh.
The device also has a battery life of 15 hours, which can be increased to 15 hours by installing an optional battery charger.
The processor has been upgraded to Intel’s sixth-generation Core i7-8700HQ processor, which now has up to 3.5GHz turbo speeds and a base clock speed of 4GHz.
The Core i5-8210U processor will also get a speed boost from 3.8GHz to 4GHz, while the base clock has been bumped to 1.9GHz.
Dell says the new version of the X2 will have a price of $599, but for now it’s the cheapest notebook on the list.
Dell will also start selling the X15 laptop in the fall, and it’s going to come with a full HD screen.
The model will also feature a 15.6-inch touch display and a 15W audio solution.