Last CES, Dell revealed its first XPS convertible the XPS 13 2-in-1. The company is getting higher its hybrid side. On top of being the first convertible of its dimension designed for the series. Furthermore, latest Dell XPS 15 2-in-1 is similarly one of them, to begin with, laptops to pack Intel’s Core processor with Radeon graphics. That chipset was teased in November, and includes an AMD Radeon GPU with dedicated RAM and Intel’s CPU; allowing for smaller motherboards and thinner devices overall. Recently, Dell invent first ever wireless charging notebook.
To be sure, the Dell XPS 15 2-in-1 is slimmer than its 15-inch competition; its 16mm profile is thinner than devices from HP, Lenovo, and ASUS. Since it’s just 1mm less than the clamshell Dell XPS 15, the new hybrid didn’t strike me as noticeably skinnier than earlier. Nonetheless, it’s yet an excellent device to grip and look at. Dell accomplished to whittle away at the profile not only because of the space obtained of Intel’s modern chipset, but also it has maglev (magnetic levitation) keyboard.
Dell XPS 15 2-in-1
In addition to slimmer profiles, the Intel processor is assumed to give graphics prowess that’s comparable to systems with discrete GPUs. Dell said that the chipset gives show comparable to NVIDIA’s mobile 1050 card. I didn’t get to run my tests at my demo, but the videos that Dell was working did look smooth. Furthermore, Dell XPS 15 convertible features the “InfinityEdge” display that’s denoted a hallmark of the series since the first XPS. It also features Dell Cinema tech that enables things like HDR playback; surrounds sound and prioritizing video streaming to prevent lag.
Images seemed vibrant and fresh. The narrow bezels further attached to its interest, creating the screen look and visually catching. You can also draw on the display using Dell’s Active Pen that holds up to 4,096 levels of stress sensation in addition to, tilt detection. The laptop will be open at price of $1,300.