One of the world’s leading laptop manufacturers Dell has launched a new notebook dubbed as the XPS 15 in India today. This brand new notebook flaunts company’s very own Infinity Edge display and also provides “the longest battery life in a 15-inch laptop”, as per the company’s claim. Dell first unveiled the XPS 15 notebook during the CES tech event earlier this year. The Dell XPS 15 notebook comes with a starting price of Rs. 1,17,990 and is available to purchase from selected Dell exclusive stores, Reliance Digital outlets, and Croma stores.
As for the specifications are concerned, the Dell XPS 15 sports a 15.6-inch full-HD InfinityEdge display with 1920×1080 pixels resolution and 170-degree wide viewing angle. Moreover, the laptop also supports touchscreen and comes with a carbon fiber made palm rest. Under the hood, the notebook houses the seventh generation 3.8GHz Intel Core i7-7700HQ quad-core processor coupled with 4GB GDDR5 VRAM and Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 GPU. The Dell XPS 15 also features a backlit keyboard and precision touchpad.
On the connectivity front, the Dell XPS 15 laptop includes a Thunderbolt 3 multi-use port to charge the device as well as to connect it with multiple devices. The notebook weighs wee more than 1.8 kilograms and is made of aluminum which provides the notebook the much-needed sturdiness and the durability.
Alen Joe Jose, the Product Marketing Director of Dell, India said during product launch event, “We are thrilled to introduce the 15-inch device in Dell’s award-winning flagship XPS line for Indian PC users. The Dell XPS 15 offers a number of industry-firsts, making it the most anticipated 15-inch laptop in the world. The XPS family has long catered to the performance-hungry and style-conscious users, who are looking for both manageability as well as productivity on-the-go. Designed and built to perfection with premium materials and best-in-class features, and complete with comprehensive support with premium support plus, Dell is proud to unveil the most durable, stylish laptop in the market.”