Dell’s overhauled XPS 13 2-in-1 has Intel’s 10th Gen processors and a normal webcam

Back at CES, Dell updated the XPS 13 with an enhanced webcam that finally put it back on top of the one it belonged to, and at Computex 2019, it announced that it would bring the same improvement to its XPS 15 and XPS 13 2- Models in 1: along with a complete redesign for the XPS 13 2 in 1.

The new design for the XPS 13 2 in 1 is the highlight here: Dell has reviewed the device with the long-awaited Intel 10th generation Ice Lake processors, a new screen and an updated keyboard.

First, the processor: Intel the new Ice Lake 10 nm chips, which are now the line more powerful U Series instead of the Y Series fanless models found in the old XPS 13 2 in 1. That means Dell has had to add admirers for this model, but it should be a commitment worth the penalty: the company promises that the new chips will offer a performance two and a half times higher.

The screen is now a 13.4-inch panel, 16:10 which is 7 percent larger than the previous model. It's also higher, which gives the 2-in-1 update a bigger footprint than before, but Dell is taking advantage of that space with a larger keyboard and touchpad. And as with the previous model, Dell offers FHD + and 4K options for the screen.

The keyboard has also been redesigned, borrowing the maglev key technology from the Dell XPS 15 2-in-1 that the company launched last year. Dell has also modified some other aspects of the design: there is more metal than the previous version, and the fingerprint sensor has moved in line with the keyboard, instead of being placed uncomfortably under it. Oh, and there's the webcam: the same ultra-thin hardware that Dell introduced with the regular XPS 13 earlier this year.

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The availability of both products has not yet been announced. but the normal XPS 15 will start at $ 999.99, while the OLED version will start at $ 1,899.99.

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