Dell today updated some of its flagship notebook product lines,upgrading Dell XPS 15 and XPS 17 to the 13th generation Intel Core processor and NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 40 series graphics card.
The appearance and configuration of Dell XPS 13 were upgraded last year,but the appearance of the new XPS 15 and XPS 17 are the same as those of the models in the past few years.The XPS 15(9530)and XPS 17(9730)processor specifications start from the Core i5-13500H,up to Intel Core i9-13900H,and up to 64GB of DDR5-4800 memory can be configured with 512GB to 4TB of solid-state hard disk storage.However,Dell pointed out that the new notebook can actually support up to 8TB.
In addition to the screen and size,the biggest difference between the two notebooks is the graphics card.The XPS 15 starts from Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 4050,with the highest choice of GeForce RTX 4070,and also provides Intel’s entry-level Arc A370M graphics card.The XPS 17 will start from RTX 4050,with the highest choice of RTX 4080.
These two laptops continue to use Dell’s InfinityEdge ultra-narrow frame display.Both 15 and 17 will have high-resolution OLED versions(XPS 17 is 3840 x 2400,XPS 15 is 3456 x 2160 of nearly 4K).All screen versions support Dolby Vision.
The new XPS 15 with Intel Core i9,NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070,32GB DDR5,1TB SSD and OLED panels costs$2949(IT Home Note:about 20496 yuan at present),and the XPS 17 with the same configuration and the highest end panel costs$3399(IT Home Note:about 23623 yuan at present),which will be released on March 2,with lower level screens The versions of CPU and GPU will be available later.