To go along with the availability of Windows 10 and Intel's sixth generation processors, Dell updates its premium laptops, the XPS 15, 13 and 12.
For the new XPS 15, Dell used its borderless infinity edge display Making it the world's smallest 15 inch laptop.
Inside you'll find Intel Skylake processors, up to 16 gigs of memory, and 1 terabyte of solid state storage.
And the option for Nvidia GTX 960M graphics.
The display is 4k ultra-HD resolution, and Dell claims it's the only 100% minimum Adobe RGB display on a laptop.
However, if the 15 is still too large, Dell has refreshed the XPS 13, which it says still holds the title of the smallest 13 inch laptop on the planet, thanks again to the borderless display.
It gets the Skylight treatment too, and the same storage and memory caps as the XPS 15.
Joining those two is the XPS 12 two in one.
Which gives you a tablet with either full HD or ultra HD display and a keyboard base that clicks on and stays there.
All three of the models have thunderbolt 3 USB type C combo ports and Dell will have docking and adaptor options for them As for pricing and availability, the XPS 15 and 13, start at $1,000 and $800 respectively and are available now.
While the XPS 12 will arrive in November, starting at $1,000.
I'm Josh [INAUDIBLE] with CNet, thanks for watching.
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