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Dell announces XPS 13 with Tiger Lake processors


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Dell announced new updates to the XPS 13 of the regular and two-in-one category, as the device is supported by Intel's eleventh-generation Tiger Lake processors.

And the eleventh-generation Intel processors (Tiger Lake) should provide faster speeds for everything from word processing to streaming games over the Internet.

The device will be available in the United States and Canada on September 30, and will reach more countries in the coming weeks.

The regular XPS 13 starts at $ 999, while the price of the two-in-one device starts at $ 1,249.

The new XPS was shown for the first time when Intel launched Tiger Lake processors earlier this month.

In addition to the new processors, the device has received a memory update, as it is now running (LPDDR4x) at a frequency of 4267 MHz, instead of 3733 MHz.

And like many other leading devices including Tiger Lake, the computer also supports (Thunderbolt 4) and (Xe) for integrated graphics from Intel.

The device of the two-in-one category received a similar redesign to the one received by the regular device in early 2020.

What you'll notice the most is the new screen-to-body ratio, and Dell says the convertible screen is 7 percent larger than those in previous generations, and the bezels at the top and bottom are getting smaller.

There are also new colors for the device from category two in one, which previously came in the colors of platinum silver and polar white.

Dell describes the new color options as Platinum Silver with a palm rest made of black or snow white carbon fiber and a palm rest made of polar white fibers.

Dell also announced the "developer edition" of the Linux XPS 13 Developer Edition, the first laptop to be preloaded with Ubuntu 20.04 LTS.

Dell also offers Ubuntu 20.04 LTS free download for anyone who owns XPS 13 and wants to switch the operating system, regardless of whether they have the "developer version."

The XPS 13 has an edge-to-edge keyboard with larger key covers and a larger touchpad, and the company has promoted battery life, saying: The computer is targeting more than 18 hours.

Dell says: The entire lineup of XPS computers for 2020 will arrive in sustainable containers that include recycled plastic materials linked to the ocean.