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Dell Unveils Snapdragon X Laptop Lineup: XPS 13, Inspiron 14 & Latitude Series Featuring Elite & Plus Chips

The new lineup of laptops is Dell’s first powered by Snapdragon X processors and includes XPS, Inspiron, and Latitude series of laptops with Elite and Plus chip variants from Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X SOCs in Dell’s latest laptop series. Leading the charge is the Dell XPS 14 Snapdragon Edition, which is available with 12-Core Elite and 10-Core Plus configurations. Both versions of the laptop have 45 TOPs NPU and an Adreno graphics chip. The smartphone has up to 64 GB of LPDDR5x, running at 8400 MT/s, and up to 4 TB PCIe 4 storage in the laptops.

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All New Dell Snapdragon X Laptop Lineup

The XPS 14 Snapdragon Edition laptop has a 13.4-inch display with FHD, QHD, and 3K OLED options with a brightness of up to 500 nits. The chassis is CNC machined aluminum with CORNING GORILLA GLASS 4 and Victus. The laptop also features WIFI7, Bluetooth 5.4, and two USB 4 Type C ports with DP2.1/Power adaptor. The battery is a 55wHr pack that is powered by a 60W AC adapter, with the system weighing between 2.416 lbs and 2.591 lbs.

image 18 41 jpg Dell Unveils Snapdragon X Laptop Lineup: XPS 13, Inspiron 14 & Latitude Series Featuring Elite & Plus Chips

The XPS 14 will be available later this year, and the price starts at $1299 US. The Dell Inspiron 14 and Inspiron 14 Plus 7441 laptops have similar X configurations. They offer memory options of up to 16 GB LPDDR5X 8400 MT/s RAM, up to 1 TB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSDs, and a 14-inch 16:10 QHD+ Anti-Glare IPS panel with up to 400 nits of brightness. I/O includes 2 USB4 (Type-C), a single USB 3.2 Type-A, a Micro SD card reader, WIFI7+BT5.4, and a headset jack. Starting at $1099 US, the Inspiron 14 Plus is available for pre-order on May 20th with availability later this year.

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image 18 42 jpg Dell Unveils Snapdragon X Laptop Lineup: XPS 13, Inspiron 14 & Latitude Series Featuring Elite & Plus Chips

Dell Latitude 7455 (Snapdragon X Elite) and Latitude 5455 (Snapdragon X Plus) also appear last and come with an aluminum body in Titan Gray. And they have a 14″ 16:10 QHD+ IPS panel at 400 nits. A maximum of 32 GB LPDDR5x 8488 MT/s RAM and up to 1 TB of M.2 PCIe Gen4 SSD memory. Ports will be 2 USB4 Type-C, 1 USB 3.2 Gen1, an external uSIM card tray, and the power button also includes a fingerprint reader; a micro SD reader is present. As for connectivity, Dell added WIFI7+BT5.4. The computer costs are not currently known, and the firsts on the market to expect until the end of the year.

FAQs

  1. What’s the difference between Elite and Plus chip configurations in Dell’s Snapdragon X laptops?

    Elite chips offer higher performance with more cores compared to the Plus chips, catering to different user needs.

  2. When will Dell’s Snapdragon X laptops be available, and what are their starting prices?

    Dell’s Snapdragon X laptops, including the XPS 13, Inspiron 14, and Latitude series, will be available later this year. Prices start from $1099 US for the Inspiron 14 Plus and $1299 US for the XPS 13 Snapdragon Edition.

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