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Dell XPS 12, 13, 15 Laptops (2015)

Dell XPS 12, 13 and 15 Notebook Family (2015)
Three Dell XPS notebook computers arranged in a circle. An XPS 13 (Model 9350, Dino 2 XPS) notebook is on the far left, open 45 degrees facing back left. An XPS 12 (Model 9250) 2-in-1 (Veneno) sits in the middle, with the tablet screen resting on top of a keyboard attachment and an XPS 15 (Model 9550, Berlinetta XPS) computer is on the far right, open 45 degrees and facing back right.

Dell recently released updated 13-inch and 15-inch XPS laptops with Windows 10 and 6th generation Intel Core processors, and announced the new 2-in-1 XPS 12 tablet with magnetic keyboard and 4K display. The new 2015 laptops include the XPS 13 and XPS 15, each offering a borderless InfinityEdge display and built with carbon fiber and machined aluminum.

The new XPS portfolio features Thunderbolt 3, which enables one-cable docking and up to eight times faster downloads than USB 3.0, and the capability to connect with the next generation of Latitude docking (coming in 2016). Additionally, XPS laptops are among the most environmentally friendly portfolio Dell offers, designed with smarter materials and shipped in recyclable, compost-friendly packaging, ensuring the environment is always top of mind.

XPS 12 – New and innovative 2-in-1 is designed to easily switch between laptop and tablet with a magnetic connection that enables one-handed transition. It is the only 2-in-1 device with a 4K Ultra HD display option, with 6 million more pixels than a Full HD display. Packed with high resolution cameras – 8MP world-facing, 5MP user-facing – the XPS 12 allows users to capture their world how they see it. The 2-in-1 comes standard with a mobility base, which provides a sleek full-size backlit keyboard and precision touchpad for working on-the-go, as well as the custom-built Dell Premier Folio, which provides a stand for the tablet with variable angle positions and also keeps the device safe during travel.

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XPS 13 – Features 6th generation Intel Core processors and graphics, more storage and memory (up to 1TB PCIe SSDs and 16GB RAM, respectively) and Thunderbolt 3. The XPS 13’s popular form factor continues to impress, still holding its title of the smallest 13-inch laptop on the planet, as well as the first with a virtually borderless InfinityEdge display. With up to 18 hours, 14 minutes of battery life with a FHD display, the XPS 13 also offers the longest battery life on a 13-inch laptop.

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XPS 15 – Offers world’s first virtually borderless InfinityEdge display in a 15-inch laptop, making it the smallest 15-inch laptop on the planet. At just 11-17mm thin and starting at 3.9 lbs (1.78kg) with 56 Whr battery, SSD, and non-touch display, the XPS 15 is also the lightest performance-class 15-inch laptop. The XPS 15 features a stunning UltraSharp 4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160) resolution option and the only 100 percent minimum Adobe RGB display on a laptop. Offering powerhouse performance on-the-go, the device is underpinned by 6th generation Intel Core processors (up to i7 Quad Core), NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M graphics (2GB GDDR5), high performance memory up to 16GB at 2133 MHz, up to 1TB hard drive or 1TB PCIe SSD storage, and Thunderbolt 3. Additionally, the XPS 15 battery life offers up to 17 hours with a FHD display, 84WHr battery and SSD. 7 For users who need horsepower to drive graphics and processor-intensive creation, the XPS 15 is the multimedia beast they’ve been waiting for.

Three Dell XPS notebook computers arranged in a circle. An XPS 13 (Model 9350, Dino 2 XPS) notebook is on the far left, open 45 degrees facing back left. An XPS 12 (Model 9250) 2-in-1 (Veneno) sits in the middle, with the tablet screen resting on top of a keyboard attachment and an XPS 15 (Model 9550, Berlinetta XPS) computer is on the far right, open 45 degrees and facing back right.

Three Dell XPS notebook computers arranged in a circle. An XPS 13 (Model 9350, Dino 2 XPS) notebook is on the far left, open 45 degrees facing back left. An XPS 12 (Model 9250) 2-in-1 (Veneno) sits in the middle, with the tablet screen resting on top of a keyboard attachment and an XPS 15 (Model 9550, Berlinetta XPS) computer is on the far right, open 45 degrees and facing back right.

Price and Availability

  • The XPS 15 will be available beginning October 8th starting at $999.
  • The XPS 13 will be available beginning October 8th starting at $799.
  • The XPS 12 will be available beginning November 2015 from $999.

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