Intel has revealed its upgraded XPS 15 and XPS 17 packed with the latest 11th Gen processors along with Nvidia latest RTX 30-series laptop GPU for ultimate performance.
The physical features remain the same as the 2020 model with the reintroduction of a 17-inch screen and 15-inch screen to better match the XPS 13.
Both the models are now featuring the all-new Intel 11th Gen Tiger Lake H-series 10nm chips. The XPS 15 and XPS 17 comes in three options, the first one being Intel six-core i5-11400H and the second one being Intel eight-core i7-11800H and the last one being Intel i9-11900H.
The XPS 17 also comes with an Intel eight cores i9-11980HK 5.0 GHz option. Dell claims that this is the “most powerful XPS laptop ever.”
The XPS 15 has two GPU options; 1) Nvidia RTX 3050 and 2) Nvidia RTX 3050 Ti. While the XPS 17 offers Nvidia RTX 3050 or Nvidia RTX 3060 GPU.
Both the models have RAMs expandable up to 64GB with display options in 4K (3840×2400) or FHD (1920 x 1200). The XPS 15 model also has a 3456 x 2160 OLED display variant. I/O section and ports have upgraded and the addition of Thunderbolt 4 ports along with a Type C USB port.
Prices for the XPS 15 starts from $1,199.99, and the price of XPS 17 starts from $1,399.99. However, Dell has announced the release date of both the above-mentioned models.