Dell XPS 15 Windows 10 Laptop | Specs, Pricing, And Availability

Posted: Oct 20 2015, 5:12am CDT | by

Dell XPS 15 Windows 10 Laptop | Specs, Pricing, and Availability

The Dell XPS 15 is a powerhouse laptop, perfect for processor-intensive tasks.

For some, bigger means better. That's why Dell created a bigger version of its popular XPS 13 ultrabook. Enter the XPS 15, a powerhouse laptop that basically retains the features that made the XPS 13 great. But, soon enough, you'll discover that this beast offers more than what you'd expect from an average 15-inch laptop.

Upon first glance, it's easy to notice the borderless display. Dell calls it “InfinityEdge Display,” a technology that allows the PC maker to cram a 15-inch display into a smaller frame. The result is a laptop with an edge-to-edge display. And, because of its large screen, the lack of bezels is noticeable.

Dell claims the XPS 15 to be world's smallest 15-inch laptop, and the company might be right. Dell takes it farther by adding 4K resolution to the display, although this is optional. Dell also did a great job with the color gamut of the display, with its 100 percent minimum Adobe RGB, making colors stand out.

The base model doesn't support touch and has an Intel Core i3 processor and a 500GB hard drive. If you want more power, you can get a Core i7 model with 16GB of RAM and 1TB of storage. The base model costs $999 while the 4K version costs $1,599. There's also an option to pay $1,199 in exchange for an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M graphics.

Just like the XPS 13, this machine has a USB Type-C port, which also supports Thunderbolt 3. When it comes to battery, the non-4K model can run up to 17 hours while the 4K-touch model has 10 hours, although it could be shorter. Simply put, if you want more battery life, don't get the 4K model. Overall, the Dell XPS 15 is a powerhouse laptop perfect for processor-intensive tasks. It's also a good alternative to Apple’s 15-inch MacBook Pro.

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