Dell has released an updated model of its XPS lineup, dubbed the XPS 15.
The company has made the X15, the successor to the company’s previous laptop line, available with its TouchWiz operating system and upgraded Intel Core i5 and i7 processors.
The X15 will be available in both the 15.6-inch and 17.3-inch configurations with up to 16GB of RAM, 1TB of storage, a Thunderbolt 3 port, a 1080p display and a detachable keyboard and mouse.
There’s also a 1TB version with the TouchWize operating system, and a 15.8-inch model with the Core i7 processor and a 16GB SSD.
It has a 2,700mAh battery and an Intel Core m3 processor, although we’re not sure how much longer Dell will stick with the model it previously introduced with the X500 series.
We were able to get our hands on the X13 and X15 laptops at the CES event and had a few moments to test them out.
We’ve also included a full review of the X12, X13, X15 and X16 models below.
Dell’s XPS laptops are not cheap, but they’re pretty impressive for a machine costing $1,499.
Dell X13 The X13 is the best-selling laptop in the XSeries lineup, with a whopping 9 million units sold in its first year of availability.
Its price has gone down a bit over time and it’s now cheaper than the X11, X12 and X13.
The 15.3 x 9.3 mm screen size is the same as the X14 and 15-inch models and the same size as the Core m2 processor.
Its weight is 1.55kg (3.07lbs) more than the Corem2 and the keyboard is still the same.
Its Core i3 and Core i6 processors have been updated to Intel Core 2 Duo and Core 2 Quad, respectively, but it doesn’t come with any new storage options, although it will offer 4TB of PCIe SSD storage.
It’s powered by a 1.6GHz Intel Celeron N3500 processor and is the fastest laptop in its class.
It weighs 2.96kg (6.5lbs), which is more than twice as heavy as the Surface Book and five times as heavy than the 15-in-1 Chromebook.
It also has a 13MP main camera and an 8MP selfie camera.
It comes with an optional Intel Core M3 SSD and a 1GB Nvidia GeForce MX100 graphics processor.
Dell also announced a 3D printer kit called the X-Series which supports 3D printing.
The kit comes with a printer and a 3-in/1-out tray for printing parts, and it also comes with two batteries for the printer.
It costs $499 and comes with 1TB PCIe SSD.
The laptop is only available in the US and Canada.
Dell EPT12 The Dell Ept12 is the latest Dell X Series laptop.
It features a 15-incher in its chassis and a 13.3in (32.8cm) touchscreen, making it one of Dell’s larger machines, but still smaller than the 13-inchers in the Epts series.
It will also come with a 3GB of DDR3 RAM and up to 512GB of storage for its 2,600mAh battery.
It packs a 7.7-inch screen, and will be priced at $1.499.
It is powered by an Intel Celermaster i5-4670M processor and has a 1,366MHz GPU.
It can run Windows 10 on Intel Core processors.
It offers a 1GHz Intel Core-M3 CPU and an integrated Intel HD Graphics 5000 graphics processor, which means you can play Windows 10 games at native resolutions.
The Dell XPT12 is only compatible with the U.S. and Canada, but its pricing is lower than the EPT13, and its specs are identical to those of the Eps series.
Dell Inspiron 14 The Dell Inspire 14 is the only XPS 14 laptop in Dell’s lineup.
The Inspire is the most expensive of the laptop lineup, and the Inspire 13-in2 model is the second-most expensive.
It’ll start at $999 and come with up 2TB of RAM.
It ships with a 1-in1 keyboard and touchpad and a 14-inch 1080p LED-backlit display.
It won’t be available outside the U:S., but it does have a 3G connection.
The 13.9-inch, 1080p IPS screen is a big improvement over the 14-inched screen on the Inspires earlier models.
Dell is also launching a 3.7GHz Intel Pentium G3258