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Dell XPS 13 Preview – New model improves peripheral issues
At CES Dell introduced many new laptops. Of course, that had to do with the introduction of Intel’s fifth-generation Core i3, i5 and i7 processors for laptops, during the same exchange.
Broadwell we will also find in Dell Inspiron and Latitude laptops. Incidentally, not all Haswell processors in Dell laptops immediately be replaced by Broadwell, because Intel has so far only the efficient processors with a TDP of 28 watts and less released. For quad cores and even faster dual cores so we will have to wait. Besides Broadwell there were more upgrades from Dell; get the Alienware laptops namely finally get access to Nvidia’s Maxwell GPU and a number Alienwares and the XPS 15 are now 4k screens.
No upgrades so wrong, but that is exactly what they are; upgrades, and no major changes. One Dell laptopje after then, the XPS 13. In that model, Dell has not only made mandatory upgrade to Broadwell, but hardware also put in a new, smaller footprint, with the thinnest screen edges that we have so far on a laptop have seen.Viewing:-194
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