These computers are powered by artificial intelligence with Intel Core Ultra processors and Microsoft’s new Copilot key.
Dell Technologies is refreshing its notebook line-up with the new XPS 16, XPS 14 and XPS 13 models.
These devices focus on productivity, with features such as artificial intelligence functions, to which Intel Core Ultra processors and the Windows 11 operating system contribute. They include the new Copilot assistant key announced by Microsoft.
Dell introduces larger keys, InfinityEdge panels with touch capabilities, a combination of aluminium and Gorilla Glass 3 technology, recycled materials, Dolby Atmos audio support and FHD 1080p smart webcam. It also promises longer battery life and ExpressCharge to reach 80% charge in 60 minutes.
Both the XPS 16 and XPS 14 are NVIDIA Studio-validated systems for demanding creative tasks such as 3D rendering, video editing and streaming.
The XPS 16 uses NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPUs, up to GeForce RTX 4070, and is the most powerful XPS with up to 80W of sustained performance.
The XPS 14 goes up to GeForce RTX 4050 and is 21% lighter than the larger model, offering greater portability.
As for the XPS 13, it is the thinnest and lightest at less than 1.2 kilos and offers a choice of three display options (FHD+, QHD+ touch and 3K+ OLED touch).