Dell’s new XPS 15 and XPS 17 get upgraded with Intel’s extensive-awaited 11th Gen H-sequence chips

Intel has just announced its new 11th Gen processors for extra impressive laptops, and Dell is prepared with refreshed versions of its XPS 15 and XPS 17 laptops that add the new chips, along with Nvidia’s latest RTX 30-series laptop GPUs.

The new types are practically the same on the exterior as the additional substantial 2020 refresh, which observed the reintroduction of the greatest 17-inch dimension and a redesign for the 15-inch design to greater match Dell’s well-liked XPS 13 design.

But the two laptops now supply enhanced specs, that includes Intel’s 11th Gen Tiger Lake H-series chips, bringing the company’s 10nm procedure to Dell’s additional highly effective laptops. Both equally the XPS 15 and XPS 17 can now be configured with the six-core i5-11400H or 8-main i7-11800H and i9-11900H option. The XPS 17 also adds an further i9-11980HK solution, presenting eight cores and a optimum 5.0GHz clock velocity for what Dell claims is the “most potent XPS notebook at any time.”

Dell’s 2021 XPS 15
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There are also new, much more highly effective GPU options. The XPS 15 can now be configured with possibly Nvidia’s RTX 3050 or RTX 3050 Ti (with 45W of ability), though the XPS 17 offers a beefier 60W RTX 3050 or a 70W RTX 3060 GPU.

The two computers still can be configured with up to 64GB of RAM, with possibilities for either 4K (3840×2400) or FHD (1920 x 1200) panels, though the XPS 15 also has a 3456 x 2160 OLED possibility. Ports have also been upgraded: the XPS 17 now has four Thunderbolt 4 ports, whilst the XPS 15 delivers two Thunderbolt 4 ports and a normal USB 3.2 Gen 2 Style-C port.

The XPS 15 will start at $1,199.99, even though the XPS 17 will get started at $1,399.99. Dell has still to announce when the new laptops will be available.