Dell’s smallest 17-inch laptop on the planet

Dell Technologies adds more power and beauty to the XPS portfolio with a brand new XPS 17 and a redesigned XPS 13 and 15 for the ultimate user experience. There’s much more to XPS than meets the eye. It’s every little detail that makes up the entire XPS experience.

As the smallest 17-inch laptop on the planet[i], the virtually borderless 4-sided InfinityEdge display, together with the latest 10th Gen Intel® Core™ processors, make the XPS 17 the most powerful XPS laptop ever made.

The XPS 15 is the smallest 15.6-inch performance class laptop[ii], striking a perfect balance between power and portability to fuel content creation at home or on-the-go. It has an immersive audiovisual experience like no other in its class, thanks to a larger 16:10 display and new up-firing speakers.

For users who want maximum screen space, the XPS 13’s InfinityEdge borders have a smaller and thinner form factor than all other XPS predecessors, delivering more screen space to multitask.

The XPS systems are equipped with immersive visuals and Eyesafe display technology that reduces harmful blue light while maintaining the vivid colour. What’s more, the packaging of the new XPS family contains recycled ocean-bound plastics, more sustainable materials and eliminates foam, making it easier for customers to recycle.

To experience the full range of products from Dell, users can visit Dell Exclusive Stores at NEX, Funan and Plaza Singapura for a closer look or checkout any Dell authorised reseller.

For more details, please visit dell.com.sg

[i] Smallest: Based on Principled Technologies Report commissioned by Dell, May 2020, the smallest refers total surface area of the notebooks. Full report found here: https://www.principledtechnologies.com/Dell/XPS-17-9700-comparison-0420.pdf

[ii] Based on Principled Technologies Report commissioned by Dell, April 2020, “Comparison of 15-inch Class Laptops”. The smallest performance class refers total surface area of the laptops with both H-class processors and discrete graphics.  Full report found here: https://www.principledtechnologies.com/Dell/XPS-15-9500-comparison-0420.pdf