Dell has rolled out three new machines for its XPS notebook lineup including the XPS 12 2-in-1, XPS 13, and XPS 15. The machines have the XPS premium design and feature sixth gen Intel Core processors inside. The XPS 12 2-in-1 is a device that can be changed between tablet and notebook mode with a removable keyboard. There is a 4K UHD display option and dual cameras.
The rear camera is an 8MP unit and the front camera is a 5MP unit for video conferencing. The XPS 12 comes with a mobility base with a backlit keyboard and precision touchpad. It also includes the Dell Premier Folio providing a stand for the tablet with variable angles. The XPS 13 gets upgraded hardware inside after a debut at CES 2015.
XPS 13 buyers can get 6th gen Core processors, up to 1TB PCIe SSDs and 16 GB of RAM. The machine has a Thunderbolt 3 port. Dell says that the machine is still the smallest 13-inch laptop on the market and promises battery life of up to 18 hours and 14 minutes per charge.
The XPS 15 has a lot in common with the 13 in a slightly larger chassis. The machine is 11-17mm thick and starts at 3.9 pounds. Buyers can opt for an UltraSharp 4K display, up to an i7 quad core processor, and up to NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 graphics.
Up to 16GB of RAM can be fitted inside with up to 1TB of storage via a HDD or PCIe SSD. Battery life is up to 17 hours with a FHD display, SSD, and 84 WHr battery. The XPS 15 and 12 launch October 8 starting at $999 and $799 respectively. The XPS 12 will land in November starting at $999.