Dell Launches Updated XPS 13

The Dell Computer Corporation maintains one of the highest-rated laptops on the market, the XPS 13, a product line that is annually updated by the computer manufacturers. It was confirmed today that the Consumers Electronics Show in Las Vegas in 2020 would unveil a newly retrofitted model of the XPS 13. This will include a larger display at 13.4-inches, allowing for the aspect ratio to shift to 16:1. Dell confirmed these specifications, noting that the 2020 model is 2% lighter than the 2019 edition. It should be noted that a larger keyboard and touchpad will also be provided with this model.

Most consumers might find that these specification upgrades aren’t impressive. However, consumers with the previous editions of the XPS 13 will notice the immediate changes. The 2020 version is sleeker, smaller and has a significantly larger amount of computing power. Maintaining a more prominent display with minimal bezels is a significant design alteration, letting Dell move into the recent trend across computers and handsets.

The Specs

The internal specifications for the 2020 Dell XPS 13 are being altered as well. Consumers purchasing this model will receive the Ice Lake 10th Generation Processer, which will come in the i3 to i7 variants. Configuration options when it applies to Ram has been increased, giving a plethora of options for customization. This included the 4GB, 8GB, 16Gb and 32GB variants. Consumers with greater Ram will have increased computing power. When it applies to memory, Dell maintains a solid slate drive unit. It comes in the 256GB, 512GB, 1TB and 2TB variants. Alterations to the physical design apply to the display options, which come with three models. There a full high-definition variant with non-touch and touchscreen capabilities. Dell is also providing a 4K touchscreen display, which maintains the HDR 400 technology.

The Best Model

The best version of the Dell XPS 13 (2020) would maintain the Ice Lake 10th Gen i7 Processor, 32GB of RAM, 2TB of Solid-State Memory, and the 4K HDR 400 Display. Consumers requiring an enhanced operating system can select the XPS 13 Developer-Edition, which maintains Linux Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. Those wanting to purchase this laptop can pre-order their model now. However, the physical release is slated for January 7th. Prices are estimated at $999.99 to $1,119.99 for the base model. Acquiring the most powerful version of the XPS 13 will cost more than $2,000.00 after taxes. However, this laptop will last for half a decade or longer.