Dell is introducing a refresh of its XPS laptop lineup at CES today and there’s one central theme that seems likely to connect all of the laptops that will release in 2024, and that’s AI.
AI is at the heart of the new Dell XPS laptops thanks to the inclusion of Intel’s new Core Ultra processors. These new CPUs come with a neural processing unit that helps to offload some of the work that would generally be placed on the CPU or GPU. The end goal here is that the user gets a smarter PC that works just as efficiently if not more. All while sipping power compared to the previous generations. In short, more powerful laptops that have a longer-lasting battery.
All of the laptops in Dell’s 2024 XPS portfolio come with Intel Core Ultra CPUs. This includes the XPS 16 and the XPS 14 which are new screen sizes for the laptop family. As well as the XPS 13, which Dell rebranded from the XPS 13 Plus that it launched in 2022. You’re looking at similar features and specs across the board but each laptop also offers something a little different. For instance, the Dell XPS 16 can come with up to an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 GPU for graphics. The XPS 14 meanwhile comes with an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4050 GPU, and the XPS 13 is running with Intel Arc graphics.
All three of the laptop models can come with up to 64GB of RAM too. With loads of storage at up to 4TB of space on a PCIe Gen4 SSD (this will be available post-launch for the XPS 13). Dell is also sticking with the large seamless glass haptic touchpad.
New Dell XPS laptops are powered by AI
Whether we like it or not, AI is becoming more prominent in today’s tech. Laptops and desktops are not exempt from these advancements. With the new XPS portfolio, the Intel Core Ultra CPU’s neural processing unit isn’t where the AI stops. It’s certainly a big part of the AI influences. However, users will see more AI features laced throughout the hardware. For Dell, this manifests in the form of Microsoft’s Copilot feature being baked in with Windows 11. And to make interacting with this as simple as possible Dell has added a dedicated Copilot key to the keyboard on each laptop.
In terms of the display, Dell is offering a few options with each model. The XPS 13 will get FHD+, QHD+, and 3K+ display options with the 3K+ display being an OLED panel. The XPS 14 meanwhile will have options for both FHD+ and 3.2K+ resolution displays. The top-end display resolution will once again be OLED. Dell follows the same formula with the XPS 16. Offering an OLED panel at the top-end resolution of 4K+, while also offering an FHD+ option for those that want to spend a little less money.
Dell plans to launch all three new XPS laptops sometime soon. It hasn’t announced launch dates yet, but it has announced pricing. The XPS 13 will start at $1,299, while the XPS 14 will start at $1,699 and the XPS 16 will start at $1,899.
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