The XPS 17, the most powerful notebook from Dell, is now officially available. The MacBook Killer is available from Dell from $ 1,400. Additional configurations and customizations are also available, causing prices to rise to $ 3,000.
TheThe device, which sells for $ 1,400, comes with the basics if you just want to enjoy the large 17-inch screen with FHD + resolution and a narrow bezel. It contains a 10th generation Intel Core i5-10300H processor with four cores, 8 GB RAM and a solid-state drive with 256 GB. This model does not have a dedicated graphics card. Instead, you'll find Intel's UHD graphics on board.
A second configuration,That's $ 500 more, increases memory to 512 GB, and contains discrete graphics. For gaming and creating light content, you'll find the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 Ti with 4 GB of GDDR6 video memory inside. The onboard processor is also designed for the Intel Core i7-10750H, which has six cores for more demanding tasks.
Dell also sells the "Creator Edition" of the XPS 17, which is aimed at serious graphic designers, gamers and content creators. All of these models are first-class and equipped with the GeForce RTX 2060 Max Q graphics card from Nvidia with 6 GB video memory and a higher resolution display.
The The retail costs $ 2,850 and comes with 16 GB of RAM and 1 TB of solid-state drive storage. A Retail costs $ 3,000 and increases memory to 32 GB. Both "Creator Edition" models have a high-quality touchscreen UHD + display and the Intel Core i7-10875H processor.
Although these are the recommended models, the new XPS 17 can be customized at checkout. You can expand memory up to 64 GB, add storage up to 2 TB, or change the display type for each of the four different models. All versions of the laptop also have the same ports and connectivity. This includes four Thunderbolt 3 ports, a full-size SD card reader and a 3.5 mm headphone jack.
The XPS 17 has no USB-A, just like Apple's MacBooks. However, Dell has included a USB-C-to-USB-A 3.0 and an HDMI dongle. You will also find that all models use the same 97-watt-hour battery with six cells.