The Dell Inspiron 15 7000 series has been on a steady upward trend in recent years, and it’s been a huge boon for home buyers looking for a replacement for the $2,000,000 laptops.
Now the new Dell XPS 13 has come up with an equally great laptop for home users looking for more security.
Dell Xps 13 Pro Review Dell’s XPS laptops have been an integral part of the Dell family for the last few years, but they’re now getting a refresh with the XPS 15 7000, a new laptop that’s designed to take advantage of the Inspiron laptops.
The XPS 14 is still a great laptop, but the Xps 15 Pro is a better option for those who are looking to upgrade from a 15-inch laptop.
The new XPS laptop offers more storage space and a bigger battery, but there are a few key changes Dell made to make the Xp 15 Pro even better.
The biggest changes include a bigger hard drive and the inclusion of an AMD Ryzen 7 processor for better performance.
The Dell Xp15 Pro features an AMD quad-core Ryzen 7 CPU with 8GB of RAM, a 256GB SSD, and up to 64GB of storage.
The laptop also comes with an Intel Core i7-4710HQ processor, 16GB of DDR4 RAM, and a 256 GB SSD.
Dell also included a battery and Thunderbolt 3 port, along with 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.1.
The specs are impressive, but what sets the X-series apart is the inclusion, for the first time, of the AMD Ryzen CPUs.
The Ryzen CPUs are designed to deliver more performance than previous AMD Ryzen processors, and they deliver that performance with lower power consumption.
The 14-core X-Series CPUs will deliver up to 50% more performance at peak loads than the 15-core CPUs, and the 16-core CPU will deliver 35% more speed.
We’re going to start with the most important bit: the amount of RAM and the amount that can be supported.
In addition to the 8GB DDR4 memory available with the new Xp 14, the laptop comes with a 512GB SSD and a 2TB HDD.
The 2TB SSD can be upgraded to a 2.5TB SSD in the Xl and Xp models.
The 512GB Xp model comes with 8 GB of RAM in 16GB, 8 GB in 32GB, and 16 GB in 64GB.
The 32GB X-Xp model will have 4 GB of memory in 16 GB and 8 GB or 16 GB of storage in 32 GB.
The 4GB Xl model will come with 8.5 GB of DDR3 RAM and 8.7 GB of ECC RAM.
We’ll also mention the 256GB Xr model, which will come in 16, 32, or 64 GB of capacity.
The 128GB Xe model will feature an SSD with up to 128 GB of cache.
The 256GB and 512GB models will come equipped with either 128 or 256 GB of NAND flash memory.
The 1TB Xe will feature 512GB of Nand flash memory, and you’ll also get a 512 GB model for the price of a 128GB model.
The Xp 13 Pro comes with two PCIe 3.0 x16 slots.
There are four SATA ports, a mini DisplayPort, a USB 3.1 Type-C port, a 2x USB 3 port for charging, a power button, and an Ethernet jack.
The notebook also comes in two different configurations: with a 2-inch battery and an 8-inch one.
We’ve tested both of these configurations with the laptop on a few different settings and the results are mixed.
Battery life is the most impressive thing about the Xpr15 Pro, but it’s not exactly the best in the world.
The 15-pound battery is much lighter than the 16.5-pound laptop, and its 5-hour battery life is also a bit disappointing.
Dell has said that it’ll improve battery life on the X15 Pro by introducing an optional removable battery.
Dell’s updated XPS lineup includes the Dell XPro 15, XPro 17, XPS 17, and XPS 19.
The latest models will feature Intel’s new quad-Core Core i9-9900X processor, 8GB or 16GB RAM, 256GB or 512GB flash storage, and AMD Ryzen 6 processors.
We don’t have much information about the other models that Dell is working on, but we have heard good things about the new AMD Ryzen CPU.
The company recently revealed the X2 and X3 models of its Ryzen processors and we expect that the new Ryzen 7 processors will be released in the second half of the year.