The Consumer Electronics Show 2020 has started and Dell has some new gadgets to introduce. The company today announced yet another refresh of its popular ultrabook, XPS 13. Simply called XPS 13 (model number 9300), the latest laptop features a larger 16:10 display with thinner bezels than its predecessor and a uniform bezel thickness on sides.
Overall, the notebook is slightly smaller than the one announced in late 2019. The keyboard is now smaller with lesser space between the keys and the last-gen maglev keyboard has been replaced with a one that provides tactile feedback.
Getting into specifications, the latest Dell XPS 13 sports a 13.4-inch display with 91.5% screen-to-body ratio, a peak brightness of 500 nits and 1500:1 contrast. The panel has a resolution of FullHD+ (1920 x 1080) in touch and UHD+ (3,840 x 2,400) in UHD+ in non-touch options. The notebook is powered by the latest 10th gen Intel Core processors, starting from Intel Core i3 (1005G1) and going all the way up to quad-core Intel Core i7 (1065G7) processor. This is the new 10nm series but unlike last year’s variant, there is no six-core option.
Dell has included up to 32GB of LPDDR4X RAM and up to 2TB PCIe SSD on the new XPS 13. It is backed by a 52WHr battery and has USB Type-C ports, a microSD card slot, and a headphone jack. Other features include a fingerprint sensor that is embedded into the power button, dual 2.5W stereo speakers with Waves MaxxAudio Pro, Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.0.
The pricing of the new Dell XPS 13 starts from $999.99 and will be available in Canada, France, Germany, Sweden, UK, and the US from January 7 and globally from February. Dell has also launched a Developer’s Edition that will be up for grabs starting $1,999 and will be available in Canada, US and selected European countries starting February.
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