The new Dell XPS 15 looks a lot like its predecessor, having a chassis of the same design. However, there are many and significant changes internally. It can be equipped with the new 6-core Intel processor and H-Series iGPU, while at the standard edition it is powered by the Core i5-8300H.
The most powerful version of the Dell XPS 15 can be equipped with the hexacore Core i9 in combination with a Geforce GTX 1050ti type of graphics card. Furthermore, a 1TB PCIe NVMe SSD is supported, thus it is a very capable solutions for developers and also for gamers. However, this is still not enough for the very demanding users.
Like the previous Dell XPS 15, the low-end models have a 56WHr battery, while the higher-end models feature a 97WHr battery, which, according to Dell, can offer a running time of about 21.5 hours.
The upgraded version can be equipped with a maximum of 32GB RAM and a more power efficient Infinity-Edge 4K panel. The prices for the Dell XPS 15 will start from 999.00USD for the US market, however they are not yet confirmed for other markets.