CES 2017 News & Updates Dell Excels, Introduces Latest XPS 13 Notebook

Jan 08, 2017 06:33 PM EST | Joyce Vega


At this year’s CET people got the chance to look at the newest technology devices and machines. Dell also has something to show, and that was the latest XPS 13 Notebook which is currently the best in the market.

According to Forbes, in the last few years, Dell announced new consumer as well as commercial design. In just the last few months of 2016, Dell managed to gain 160 basis points driven by the consumer and they also brought a plethora of a new product to this year’s CES. Dell Canvas is one among the other things that impressed people. Canvas is made for content developers and designers vs. multiple systems and separate pen systems. Dell Canvas also features two work surfaces and pen support but it doesn’t include a 3D printer. Dell Latitude 7285 also brought the future of computing with wirelessly charging and wirelessly connecting to display. Dell XPS, on the other hand, is something entirely new. Dell XPS is currently the best laptop on the market. This laptop doesn’t have a fan and it is thinner and silent which makes it act like a tablet.

Dell XPS can also transform into a 2-in 1 notebook for completing work assignments or enjoying an entertainment’s day, as CIO-Today reported. Dell XPS is not armed with core i5 or core i7 processor, but it comes with Intel’s Kaby Lake processor in a fanless design. Also, people were shocked when they heard the battery life is around 15 hours. Dell kept its InfinityEdge display for XPS 13, and it also comes with the new port. This beast 2-in-1 piece of a device will cost $999 which is $100 more from the base XPS model. People think it is too expensive given the specifications but a Thunderbolt 3 port is making them re-think their opinion.

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