Dell's XPS 13 premium ultraportable laptop gets more power
The world's smallest 13 inch laptop is back and this time with the power of Intel's eighth Gen, Quad Core processors.
Dell's XPS 13 and its infinity edge display Available with, or without, touch gives it the dimensions of an 11.6 inch laptop, but with a 13.3 inch screen and a weight of only 2.7 pounds.
Starting at 799$, you can opt for a quad HD plus resolution display.
Or a more power-efficient full HD display for up to 22 hours of battery life.
And when it comes to performance, Dell claims the combo of its dynamic power mode and Intel's latest CPUs are capable of up to a 44% performance boost over 7th gen processors.
The rest remains pretty much the same, like the aluminum body, the carbon fiber palm rest, and the comfy backlit keyboard.
And the webcam that's still positioned below the display to Point up your nose.
And you'll still get a Thunderbolt 3 USB C port for power, high speed data transfers, and support for up to two external monitors.
Look for the updated SBX 13 to start shipping in mid-September.