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Dell XPS 13 with Edge-to-Edge display and 15 Hours Battery Life Announced

At the start of CES 2015, Lenovo announced the refreshed Thinkpad Carbon X1 Ultrabook which comes with 10.9 hours of battery life and a variety of connectivity options like 4G LTE. Now Dell has announced their new XPS 13 ultrabook which has a stunning edge-to-edge design. The biggest change for the XPS 13 has been the design and quality which is now the the smallest 13-inch laptop in the world with a virtually borderless infinity display

The XPS 13, with Windows 8.1, is designed to be the best-performing notebook of its size, featuring the longest battery life of a 13-inch notebook with up to 15 hours of run time on a single charge. Yes, you read it right, 15 hours of battery life on a Windows laptop!

Dell XPS 13

The laptop is also offering an optional UltraSharp Quad HD+ infinity display, with 5.2mm bezels which boasts an incredible 5.7 million pixels, so movies and presentations burst with eye-popping color and precise detail. It is powered by the new and 5th Generation Intel Core processors and solid state drives which provide performance and responsiveness. And all these innovation comes at a extremely light form factor starts at a mere 2.6 pounds (1.17kg).

The body is made of aluminium and carbon fiber making it light weight. The laptop comes in touch and non touch versions running Windows 8.1.


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There is a full sized chiclet keyboard which is also backlit and there is precision track pads for better performance. Dell claims the 15 hours battery life for the 1920 X 1080p display and Core i5 model.

Pricing and Availability:

The XPS 13 will be available beginning Jan. 6 on in the United States starting at $799.99 and goes all the way up to $1,899 for the Core i7 version with a QHD+ panel, 8GB of RAM, and a 256GB SSD. There is no mention on the global roll out of this laptop.

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1 Comment

  1. it’s a nice laptop with good specs, it has design that defines productivity, thanks.

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