Specifically, the XPS 13 2n1, XPS 13, and XPS12 Developer Edition models
Dell on Monday updated its line of XPS laptops with 11th generation Intel processors. Specifically, the XPS 13 2n1, XPS 13 and XPS12 Developer Edition models. They are the first Dell laptops to receive Intel Evo certification, which means they have fast charging technology and can survive for 9 hours on a single charge. They can also wake up from “sleep” in less than 1 second.
All three systems are equipped with new Thunderbolt 4 ports and RAM has been upgraded to frequency from 3,733Mhz LPDDR4X to 4,267Mhz and a maximum capacity of 32GB RAM. Powered by 11th generation Intel Tiger Lake processors introduced last month by Intel.
An important detail of these models is definitely the Intel Xe graphics. The 2n1 model has an IR camera that is powered by Windows Hello. The convertible model starts at $1,249 while the XPS 13 from $999.
The Developer Edition model brings Ubuntu 20.04LTS and Dell says it can last with a single charge for 19 hours. This model comes with the new InfinityEdge FHD+ display while Dell did not reveal the price. The laptops goes on sale from September 30 and will appear in the American, European, and Asian markets.