Dell Reveals New 13-Inch XPS 2-In-1 Laptops Without Screen Bezels
Dell has recently revealed the fresh collection of XPS 13 inch 2-in-1 laptops with no screen bezels. This new range of laptops will not have edges or screen bezels, which makes them far more attractive and dashing. This is the laptop that has never been seen before and at a first glance it almost looks like a brand new gadget or a device. The XPS 13-inch series by Dell has already gained great appreciation because of its highly advanced features and some interesting designs. These are called the 2-in-1 Hybrid laptops because they can be used both as a laptop or a tablet with extended battery life.
The most notable thing on these laptops is the use of Dell's very own infinity edge technology that makes these laptops with almost no edges. None of the Dell's rivals has ever come up something like this before, and that's where Dell scores ahead.
According to Dell's Innovative Team, these laptops do have screen bezels, but they are designed in a way that they are almost invisible to the user and provide razor-sharp looks to the laptop with thinner edges. This makes it more convenient to use the laptop on the go in a car, airplane or any other vehicle.
This new range of XPS laptop comes with Intel Core i5 and i7 Y-series low-voltage processors, full HD or 3,200x1, 800-pixel-resolution versions with a Gorilla Glass screen. It has a dual webcam under the screen below the chin, but when the laptop is tilted in a tent like position, the webcam comes on the top. These laptops have a 'Windows Hello Support' and also have an optional fingerprint reader.
Dell is also planning to upgrade its XPS 15 series laptops with more or less similar features. The XPS 15 series will likely to get an under-the-hood update with a new seventh-gen Intel Core i-series CPU, and an optional new entry-level GeForce 1050 graphics chip.
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