You Can Now Add A $25 Fingerprint Sensor For Dell's XPS 13 And 15 Laptops
If you've been holding out on buying Dell's latest XPS 15 (9650), refresh in anticipation of bringing one with a built-in fingerprint reader, now is your chance. Initially, announced as an optional upgrade to the refreshed XPS 15 when it launched in early January, the fingerprint reader is now available as an option when configuring your own XPS 15 from Dell's online store.
Dell's latest XPS 13 and XPS 15 Windows 10 laptops now come with a fingerprint reader option featuring full Windows Hello support which can be added in the configuration for only $25 extra.The fingerprint reader is a good addition to an already pretty powerful laptop. The refreshed notebook is now equipped not only with Intel's latest 7th-generation Intel Kaby Lake processors but with NVIDIA's GTX 1050 graphics as well. More to that, you can pick from FHD and 4K versions, and would depend on how many pixels you want to push.
Dell XPS 13 Specs, Features And Price
The Dell XPS 13 9360 which cost at $999 for a full-HD touch screen, Powered by Core i5-7Y54 processor. Comes with 4GB of RAM and 128GB SSD. More likely we would step up to the $1,199 configuration as tested, that adds the latest 7th-generation Intel Core CPUs (Kaby Lake) and offers extended battery life endurance that'll last up to 13 hours and 49 minutes and a stronger Wi-Fi performance. This gives you 8GB of RAM and a roomier space of 256GB SSD. The $1,299 model has a faster Core i7-7Y75 CPU.
Dell XPS 15 Specs, Features And Price
The refreshed XPS 15 9560 is now available from Dell, and you may be wondering whether you should stick with the older 9550 model or upgrade to the latest variant. While there aren't any major apparent changes, the new XPS 15 has been polished to include the latest Kaby Lake processors and a brand new NVIDIA GTX 1050 GPU. Price range from $999 up to $2500 depending on the configuration.
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