It now rocks rose gold finish and 7th-gen Intel processors,
For some time now, Dell has been making much noise about its Dell XPS 13 laptop. Dell now has refreshed its Windows-powered XPS 13 laptop. The most recent version is presented with Intel’s 7th generation Kaby Lake processors. There is the option of Core i3, Core i5, as well as Core i7 CPUs.
When it comes to RAM, we will be having 4GB, 8GB, and 16GB, storage options which cuts across 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, and then1TB.
Moving over to the display, the laptop will be presented with Quad HD + and full HD options – the former also brings in an optional touchscreen SKU. According to what Dell is saying, the model rocking the 1080p display, can last the user with 22 hours of battery life. In the case when you strictly keep to using the laptop for video and then surfing the internet, the new laptop can keep you up for 13 hours
The scary thing for now about the laptop is the price, the new form which is a rose gold variant is as costly as $1,499.99, and then the silver aluminum model has a starting price of $799. The refreshed XPS 13 will begin to be shipped by October 4.