Dell Reveals ‘Reinvented’ XPS 13 With Minimalist Design
Dell Technologies had only a few announcements in relation to rivals HP Inc. and Lenovo, but it spent most of its time promoting a “reinvented” version of its flagship laptop, the XPS 13.
The OEM is calling the new XPS 13 Plus its “most powerful yet,” with new features such as the zero-lattice keyboard, seamless glass touchpad and capacitive touch function row that leave “no wasted space” between the laptop’s curved edges.
Dell said this marks the first XPS 13 model to be designed with a 28-watt specification, which will make it even more powerful than predecessors while keeping the same size. The laptop measures at 0.60” thin and starts at only 2.73 pounds.
The laptop is powered by the new 12th-generation Intel Core P-series processors, with support for up to 14 cores and a maximum boost frequency of 4.8GHz. It also features Express Charge 2.0, which allows the laptop’s battery to reach 80 percent charge in less than an hour.
The XPS 13 Plus will be available in the spring starting at $1,119.