At this year's IFA conference in Berlin, Dell announced a series of new laptops, as well as an update of the beloved XPS 13.
The updated XPS 13 now includes the 10th Gen Core U series processor from Intel in the same familiar way to help the device maintain its position as the most powerful 13-inch laptop in its class.
The device will also have enhanced connectivity thanks to the new Killer AX1650 (2×2) module integrated in Intel's WiFi 6 chipset that will deliver wireless connectivity three times faster than the previous generation.
The ninth generation of the XPS 13 developer edition will feature the same internal components, but since the device is intended for developers, it will come with Ubuntu 18.04 LTS as the operating system, while the XPS 13 standard will run Windows 10.
Vostro 14 and 15 5000
Small business customers need a laptop that is reliable, safe and reasonably priced, which is why Dell also announced its new Vostro 14 and 15 5000 series laptops to satisfy your needs.
The company's new Vostro laptops allow users to tackle more demanding tasks as they come with discrete Nvidia GeForce MX 250 graphics. In terms of security, a TPM 2.0 security chip and an optional fingerprint reader help maintain Secure data while traveling.
Dell also made the decision to include its Dell Mobile Connect software so that mobile workers can connect their smartphones to their PC for greater efficiency.
Along with its new Vostro laptops, Dell introduced its first 5000-series performance desktop for small businesses to provide content creators, game developers and engineers with the power, graphics and storage they need to carry Your work to the next level.
Vostro 14 and 15 5000 series laptops are available now, while the updated XPS 13 will be available later this month.