News tagged: XPS 13
At CES 2017, Dell unveiled several new Precision workstations that were available with Microsoft operating systems. Now, the company is offering an option to choose Ubuntu 16.07 LTS over Windows and all models will begin shipping probably later this month.
Dell XPS is one of the best laptop lineup available out there, and the company is apparently preparing a small surprise at CES 2016. To battle with Lenovo's Yoga and HP's Spectre lineup, Dell is working on a 2-in-1 XPS notebook, which was accidentally posted on Dell's official
Dell's flagship and probably one of the best selling convertible has received small update under the hood. The company has quietly released a new version of the XPS 13 that now packs Intel's 7th generation Core i processor and it is available in Japan.
Dell's popular XPS 13 notebook can now be purchased with Ubuntu Linux operating system. There are various configurations available, with a price tag starting at $949 for the basic model and all the way up to $1,849 for a model with high-end specifications.
According to a report by Liliputing, Dell would soon begin offering a Ubuntu-flavored version of their new Broadwell-powered XPS 13 laptop. Unveiled at CES 2015, the new XPS 13 has the slimmest bezels we have ever seen on a 13-inch notebook, earning it a title.
Since Intel officially announced 5th Gen Intel Core processors, Dell went ahead and launched revamped notebooks. The company announced updated XPS 13 laptop that now has Broadwell processor and QHD display, along with updated Alienware 15 and Alienware 17 notebooks.
Dell has recently released an updated Ultrabook XPS 13 which got 1080p display. Dell continues with a superb service and is now offering the XPS 13 with Ubuntu Linux 12.04 operating system. The laptop will be available for purchase in the U.S. and Europe within a week.
Alongside with news about Dell going private, the XPS 13 gets sweet update. Major drawback of the XPS 13 was the quality of the display, precisely high reflective screen, low contrast, resolution of only 1366 x 768 pixels. Dell fixed those problems with Full HD display.
Dell had a minimal presence at CES 2013, but that does not mean they have nothing to show. According to company spokesperson, its XPS 13 Ultrabook is getting a 1080p screen. Dell decided to upgrade screen which was one of the most criticized things in reviews.