The notebooks come with an aluminum skin or can be ordered through the Studio offerings with one of 100 different designs on the top. The machines share many of the same features with integrated JBL certified speakers, NVIDIA GPUs with 1GB to 3GB of RAM just for the video cards and Blu-raydrive options.
The notebooks all use GeForce 400 series GPUs and come with Optimus tech to save power and extend battery life. All of the machines use LED backlit screens and have Intel Core processor options. There are many options for the notebooks and prices start at $899 for the XPS 14, $849 for the XPS 15, and $949 for the XPS 17.
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