The world’s best looking laptop is getting a larger version. The 15″ version of Dell’s XPS line is now real, and comes with the same edge-to-edge display which adorned the 13″ model.
Dell is also attaching a few other titles like the world’s smallest 15 inch and the lightest performance-class PC around, weighing just 3.9 pounds. Construction is done with machine aluminum with a carbon-fiber palm rest. Exotic.
Although it starts at $999, it does come with a lot of extras. The display can have up to 4K resolution, and has been tweaked to get an even wider color gamut. Under the hood, you may have a 6th-gen quad-core Intel Core i7 processor, up to 16 GB worth RAM and a 1 TB hard drive or even a PCIe SSD.
For graphics you can get Nvidia’s GTX 960M solution, as well as a 84WHr battery to support it. Another major addition is the USB Type-C which is finally starting to gain some serious momentum and doubles as Thunderbolt 3.
Prices like we mentioned start at $999 but for that you’ll get a laptop with a 1080p non touch-enabled display, Core i3 processing and integrated graphics. The version with discrete graphics will set you back by at least $1199 while 4K whiz a good $1599.
Meanwhile the XPS 13 is updated too with a 6th-gen Intel chip with USB Type-C.