Dell XPS 13 brings with Kaby Lake processors and larger battery – Update




Dell has introduced new versions of the XPS 13 Laptop delivered, equipped Kaby Lake processors and a larger battery. This should lead to longer battery life. There is in addition to the Windows version Developers also a version of the laptop with Ubuntu.

Dell, the battery capacity increases in the XPS 13 52Wh in the 2015 version to 60Wh in Kaby Lake variants. That should according to the manufacturer produce the maximum battery life of 13 hours at + variants with QHD screens and up to 22 hours with full-HD screens.

In addition to the update to Intel’s Kaby Lake processors, Dell has a Killer 1535 Wireless AC adapter inserted into the laptop to connect to wireless networks. There are variants with Core i3, i5 and i7 processors and 4GB, 8GB or 16GB memory. Storage ranges from 128GB and 256GB to 512GB and 1TB. There will also be a rose gold version of the laptop on, although on images not look so pink looks like Apple products with that color designation.

Dell has not announced pricing and release in the Benelux. In the United States takes the laptop from $ 799 for the cheapest version of Windows 10 and $ 949 for the version with Ubuntu LTS 16:04.

Dell also announced a new version of its Inspiron 15 and 17. These include a thinner design, but they are equipped with optical drives. The Inspiron Irons have Kaby Lake processors on board. Optionally, there is an infrared scanner for authentication with Windows Hello. Sitting alone on the more expensive option fullhd of the 15 “variant. The Inspiron Irons also be the beginning of October and start at $ 550.

Update, 09:38: Tweaker Amsterdamned found the prices on the Dutch Dell site. The cheapest version for the Dutch market has a Core i5, 8GB of memory and 128GB storage. Which will cost in 1249. The Core i7 version costs 1399 euros and for the version with touchscreen starts at 1499 euros.


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