Dell's XPS 1
From the XPS 15, Dell threw out the last design and started all over again with the XPS 13 as a template. This gives you a 15.6-inch 4K HDR "Infinity Display" with an optional touchscreen configuration. Its thin bezels make it one of the smallest 15-inch laptops on the market.
The XPS 15 goes to 10th generation Intel processors, anywhere between 8 GB and 64 GB RAM, and SSD storage ranging from 256 GB to 2 TB. You can choose Intel integrated graphics card or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti 4GB GDDR6 card.
Dell says this laptop has a longer battery life than almost any other 15-inch laptop out there, and should have a top time of 25 hours of battery life. For port selection, you get two Thunderbolt 3 ports with power and DisplayPort features, one USB-C 3.1 port with power and DisplayPort features, and a full-size SD card reader along with a standard 3.5mm headphone / microphone combo
Dell is also kind enough to send a USB-C to USB-A and HDMI adapter in the box. The Dell XPS 15 retails today and starts at $ 1,299.99.
But if you need even more screen space and more power, you may want to switch to the Dell XPS 17. As the name suggests, you get a 17-inch 4K HDR "Infinity Display" with an optional touchscreen.
Like the XPS, you get 10th generation Intel processors ranging from i5 to i9 options. You can choose between 8 and 64 GB RAM and 256 GB up to 2 TB SSD storage. And the Dell XPS 17 offers a choice of Intel graphics, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti 4GB GDDR6 graphics or
NVIDIA GeForce RTX ™ 2060 6GB GDDR6 graphics.
Thanks to the small bezels of the Infinity Display, Dell says the XPS 17 is smaller than half of all 15-inch models currently available.
The Dell XPS 17 outputs up to four Thunderbolt 3 ports with power and DisplayPort functions, one full-size SD card reader and a standard 3.5mm headphone / microphone combo jack.
The Dell XPS 17 will go on sale this summer and will start at $ 1,499.99.