Dell has launched the latest XPS 13 series laptops, the regular and the Developer Edition today, which brings them to the public in January and February respectively. While these are being expected at the CES event next week, here they unveiled already.
As a part of Project Sputnik, Dell’s been continuously launching XPS laptops that are crafted for developers especially. Though this series is normal as others, these laptops do have few features that are required by developers to work on.
This is mostly the Linux OS, which allows them to build/code something on it flexibly better than Windows. Till date, the company has launched over 150 Linux based laptops, helping the developers community and making Dell as their prior option while buying a notebook.
Specifications And Price
This notebook features a 13.4″ (3840×2400) UHD+ display with Intel’s 10th Gen CPU and Intel’s Iris Plus Graphics. The display is taken to almost-invisible borders, calling it the InfinityEdge in 16:10 aspect ratio. Further, it has upto 32GB of RAM and 2TB of SSD. At last, it has 45W battery to power the 52WHr battery and can last long enough to do any hard works.
It runs on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS and has 2.5W stereo speakers with Waves MaxxAudio Pro tuning. And the wireless connectivity is now thrice powerful than previous editions as the Wi-Fi 6 killer modem ranges it.
At last, if you’re interested in picking this notebook, prepare yourself to shell out at least $1,119 (base model). If not, try the regular variant of this XPS 13 at $999 purchasable in January itself.
Source – FossBytes