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Dell updates XPS 13 series with new hardware at IFA 2018

29 August 2018 1

Like all other big giants, Dell is all set to showcase their new offerings at the IFA 2018 in Berlin. As expected the company is updating the hardware of laptops to be on par with the latest machines. So far it is confirmed the company will bring a 2-in-1 update to Inspiron 5000 and 7000 series. Now as per latest info the company is updating XPS 13 lineup as well and also bringing a new entry-level variant at the much affordable price tag.

So if your are Dell XPS 13 fan but didn't grab it due to its higher price tag, finally you will be able to purchase it at much lower pricing thanks to new entry-level model. Now the base variant comes with Intel Core i3 processor. You can purchase the base model at a price tag of $899.

The XPS 13 2-in-1 variants get the latest 8th gen processors. The base variant has the latest i5-8200Y chipset under the hood whereas the top of the line model has the i7-8500Y chipset. Both the devices have up to 16GB RAM. The entry-level model has 13.3-inches display with Full HD display whereas the top of the line model has Quad HD display panel.

The company also claims the latest gen laptops battery life is also improved thanks to latest chipsets. On the single charge, the XPS devices can last upto 15 hours. The device is, even more, slicker thanks to the removal of the fan. The 2-in-1 variants will be available for purchase from September 11th. The base variant will start at $999.



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Dell updates XPS 13 series with new hardware at IFA 2018
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Barak
Barak

I used to have the Dell Pavilion model a few years back. Since then never used any other brand. The news of entry-level device comes timely. I will certainly upgrade :) :)

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