Dell has refreshed its XPS 13 laptop with Intel's 7th-Generation processors and a new MacBook-like 'rose gold' colour option (see below).
It's a pretty big boost too, according to Dell, which claimed that the new and improved XPS 13 can last up to 22 hours on a single charge. This figure drops to 13 hours if you opt for the higher-spec QHD touchscreen model.
The Dell XPS 13 can be configured with an Intel Core i3-7100U CPU, Core i5-7200U CPU or a Core i7-7500U CPU with a choice of 4GB, 8GB or 16GB of RAM. Storage options range from a 128GB SATA drive to a 1TB PCI-e SSD.
Things stay pretty much the same beyond the souped-up internals and new colour option. Dell can still rightfully describe it as the "world's smallest 13in notebook" thanks to the 9.15mm frame and edge-less 13.3in display that the firm claims fits inside an 11in frame.
The new Dell XPS 13 is built from the same high-end materials as its predecessor, namely machined aluminium and carbon fibre, and the screen is topped with Gorilla Glass.
Dell has also launched a new XPS 13 Developer Edition that comes pre-loaded with Ubuntu 16.04 TLS.
The Dell XPS 13 and XPS 14 Developer Editions will be available in the US next month priced from $799 and $949 respectively. There's no word yet on UK prices and availability.
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