The Dell XPS 13 is one of the best Windows laptops money can buy now, and Dell has just refreshed it with Intel’s new seventh generation processors. Thanks to the new chips, the XPS 13’s battery life has been improved as well; the company also introduced a new colour for the laptop.
As was the case with previous models, the new XPS 13 can be equipped with three different Kaby Lake processors: Core i3, i5, or the highest-end i7. Naturally, a new processor means better battery life, and Dell claims that the XPS 13 can last up to a whopping 22 hours on the 1080p model; that’s very impressive battery life, assuming it’s an accurate estimation.
Aside from the new processors, Dell also released a new colour for the XPS 13: Rose Gold. Although the colour’s name implies that there is – at the very least – a hint of pink, the new colour looks a lot like standard gold; it may look different in person, of course.
Other specifications of the new XPS 13 remain the same for the most part: it can be packed with two different displays (FHD or QHD+), up to 16GB of RAM, and a whopping 1TB flash storage. Interestingly, Dell has also equipped the new XPS 13 with Killer 1535 AC WiFi.
The new Dell XPS 13 will start shipping to consumers on the 4th of October in the US. The standard Silver variant retails from $799 (about RM3,305), while the Rose Gold model is set to go from $1,500 (approximately RM6,200). As usual, Malaysian availability and pricing of the new XPS 13 are not known yet.