Dell has just announced its newly updated XPS 15 and XPS 17 laptops, which feature the new 11-Gen H-series CPUs from Intel, as well as the latest RTX 30-series laptop graphics cards from Nvidia and an OLED display are.
The exterior of both new models appears to be nearly identical to the 2020 ones, which have seen major changes in comparison with the redesign of the 15-inch model and the reintroduction of the 17-inch laptop.
However, both the XPS 15 and XPS 17 offer more impressive specs, including the new 10nm version from Intel 11th generation Tiger Lake H series Crisps. The new high-performance XPS laptops from Dell are offered in various processor configurations, including the i5-11400H with six cores or the i7-11800H with eight cores and the i9-11900H with eight cores.
The 17-inch model also lets you choose an eight-core i9-11980HK processor that has a maximum clock speed of 5.0 GHz. According to Dell, this particular configuration makes it “the most powerful XPS laptop ever”.
But “powerful” doesn’t stop there. The new XPS laptops from Dell will be equipped with the latest generation of graphics cards from Nvidia. The 15-inch model is offered with either the 45W RTX 3050 or the 3050Ti, while the 17-inch unit includes the 60W RTX 3050 or 70W 3060 GPUs.
When it comes to RAM, both the XPS 15 and XPS 17 laptops have up to 64GB. In terms of the display, you have the option to choose between 4K and Full HD panels. However, the 15-inch model is also offered with an OLED panel.
The new XPS laptops will also have upgraded ports, with the 17-inch computer having four Thunderbolt 4 ports and the 15-inch computer having two Thunderbolt 4 ports and a standard USB 3.2 Type-C.
According to Dell, the XPS 15 will retail at $ 1,199.99, while the 17-inch model will start at $ 1,399.99. Unfortunately, there is still no confirmation as to when both models will hit the shelves.