In the days leading up to CES 2020, Dell has refreshed its XPS 13 laptop for 2020.
“The PC industry has never been more vibrant with built-in AI, 5G and the best design we’ve ever seen, all to help make our lives easier and more fulfilled,” said Sam Burd, president of Dell Client Solutions Group. “What’s exciting to me is that, with all of the cool news we’ll see come out of CES next week, the PC plays a central role in helping people innovate, influence and achieve more.”
With each refresh, Dell has been making its InfinityEdge display on their XPS 13 larger and the bezels thinner. The new XPS 13 (9300) has a 4-sided 13.4-inch InfinityEdge display which is 6.8% larger than before with a 91.5% screen-to-body ratio.
Powering the new XPS 13 is the Intel 10th Gen 10nm processors from an i3-1005G1 to an i7-1065G7. It can be configured with up to 32GB of RAM (that are all on-board memory) and up to a 2TB SSD.
The display comes in Full HD+ (1920 x 1200) or 4K Ultra HD+ resolution with support for Dolby Vision and a touchscreen option. The battery is 52Wh which should last up to 19 hours.
There’s also Killer Wi-Fi 6 support, Windows Hello login, 2 Thunderbolt 3 USB-C ports, microSD card reader, headphone jack and a USB-C to USB Type-A adapter is included.
The new XPS 13 (9300) launches on January 7th in the U.S., Canada, Sweden, UK, Germany and France with a starting price of $1,349 CAD ($999 USD).
Pricing and configurations are as follows:
- 10th Gen Intel Core i3 – 4GB RAM – 256GB SSD – Non-touch Display – $1,349 CAD ($999 USD
- 10th Gen Intel Core i5 – 8GB RAM – 256GB SSD – Non-touch Display – $1,649 CAD ($1,249 USD)
- 10th Gen Intel Core i7 – 8GB RAM – 256GB SSD – Touch Display – $1,949 CAD ($1,549 USD)
- 10th Gen Intel Core i7 – 16GB RAM – 512GB SSD – Touch Display – $2,299 CAD ($1,899 USD)
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