Posted by Ars Technic on June 30, 2018 09:04:50 The newest Dell notebook from the company that once dominated the computing market is now back in production.
The new XPS series, as it’s known, is a smaller and lighter version of the previous models.
It’s now called the XPS 15 and comes with a 2.2GHz Intel Core i7-6950X CPU, 2GB of RAM, a 128GB SSD and a 16GB SSD.
It runs on Windows 10.
It costs $499.99.
It can also run on Linux.
The new Xps 15 has an HDMI port and a fingerprint reader for added security, but that’s all it offers.
Dell says the Xps is “designed to meet the needs of today’s most demanding users and business.”
The new model is the only one to feature a 3-in-1 design.
The XPS 17 and the new Xp 13 come with a more compact and thinner design.
The Xps 13 is a thinner model that’s only available for a limited time.
You can buy one for $349.99 right now for $1,299.99 and it’s available now in the United States and Canada.