Dell announces new XPS and Inspiron laptops in new color variants

Dell Electronics, today, announced the launch of their newest upgrade to the popular XPS and Inspiron laptop series. The new laptops will come with Windows 10 out of the box, along with some other improved specifications.

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Dell XPS to come in new color variants

The new Dell XPS 13 is powered by Windows 10 and comes in a new color variant – Rose Gold. The laptop offers two hardware configurations to choose from. The cheaper variant has the 7th-gen Intel i5 processor along with 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD and a 13.3-inch FHD display.

The premium variant, on the other hand, sports a 7th-gen Intel i7 processor along with 8GB of RAM, 256GB SSD and a 13.3-inch UHD touch display. Both of these variants come with Dell’s latest 1535 Wireless-AC technology that promises a strong and reliable WiFi connection. The XPS 13 weighs in at just around 2.7 pounds and uses carbon fiber along with machined aluminum to offer a lightweight but durable body. Another big feature of the XPS 13 is its 60WHr battery that promises a battery life of up to 22 hours.

Read: Dell XPS 12 Review.

Dell Inspiron 15 & 17 5000

The new Dell Inspiron 15 & 17 5000 series are powered by Windows 10 and come in an array of colors including Sparkling White, Midnight Blue, Fog Night, Matte Gray, Black, Bali Blue, Tango Red or Cosmic Purple. While the Inspiron 15 is a 2-in-1 convertible with touch display, the Inspiron 17 is a high-end laptop that works as a desktop replacement.

Apart from the usual hardware upgrade, the Inspiron 15 now also features an optional infrared camera with Windows Hello that lets you log in by looking into the camera. It also features a DVD drive with an optional Blu-Ray player that lets you play high-res movies on the go.

Pricing and Availability

The Dell XPS 13 will be available in the US from October 4 at a starting price of around $799, and the Inspiron 15 and 17 will be available on the same date at $549.

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