For a lot of us, the XPS 13 sleek design was great, but the screen wasn’t quite big enough. Well fret no more, Dell has brought that same design to the XPS 15 and with upgrades!
It’s been just over 10 months since the revolutionary design of the XPS 13 was announce, about as long as I’ve been away from writing, and Dell has done it again. The All new XPS 15 with pretty much the same design. New features include a 4k option as well as a USB type-c which you can use to charge the unit as well as function as a thunderbolt port.
With options for up to a core i7 processor and an Nvidia GTX 960m GPU, it’s got plenty of power under the hood for all your needs whether it be gaming or as a mobile workstation. This is one multi-media laptop that can do much more than multi-media, either that or I’m just not quite used to the new standard specs.
The battery is said to last up to 10 hours with the 4K display and a whopping 17 hours with the HD display. As if this wasn’t shaping up to be one of the best 15-inch laptops of the year. On top of all that, the XPS 15 will ship with SSDs as well. All this greatness doesn’t come cheap, the XPS 15 is available now starting $999.
2015 is a year of plentiful when it comes you tech and laptops.