Dell introduced a new model of its XPS 15 laptop, last month. It is a next-gen Dell XPS 15 laptop with higher and improved performance hardware, packing some serious upgrades and today, the refreshed PC goes on sale and is available for purchase. The new XPS 15 includes Intel’s ninth-generation CPUs, ranging right up to a Core i9-9980HK. The Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti that we had on the previous generation has been upgraded to a GTX 1650, which seems to be a considerable improvement there.
However, the most remarkable and notable feature is that its display is available with a 4K OLED option. In fact, the full range of screens includes FHD, 4K, and 4K OLED, with the non-OLED 4K option being the most expensive one.
While the XPS 15 is bigger and more powerful than Dell’s XPS 13 series of computers, the system is still pretty compact for a large-screen laptop and measures about 0.67 inches thick and has a starting weight of just 4 pounds.
Other features include:
- stereo speakers (2W each),
- an aluminum and carbon fiber frame,
- Killer AX1650 WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0,
- Thunderbolt 3,
- USB 3.1,
- headphone jacks plus an SD card reader,
- and support for 56Wh or 97 Wh battery options.
The XPS 15 starts at $1,099.99, which will get you a Core i5-9300H, 8GB DDR4-2666MHz RAM, a 256GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD, an FHD display, and integrated graphics. It will run cost you $3,099.99 for a Core i9-9980HK, 32GB RAM, a 2TB SSD, the 4K non-OLED (OLED is $50 cheaper), and GTX 1650 graphics.