Dell XPS 13 With Intel Kaby Lake-R Processor Support Coming Next 12 September

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The presence of the latest 8th generation Intel core processor known as the Intel Kaby Lake-R, was immediately anticipated by Dell by presenting a renewed XPS 13 newest laptop model that adopted the power of the processor.
Instead of shifting the support of its predecessor dual-core processor, Dell seems to have dropped the option of quad-core eight-thread processor support driven by Intel Core i5-8250U and i7-8550U, which claimed to promise a 44 percent increase in performance compared to processor support Kaby Lake 7th generation before. As for the support of its own graphics performance, Dell also seems to be relying on the greatness of GPU Intel UHD Graphics 620 onboard, and not on the choice of discrete graphics card made by AMD or NVIDIA (which can save battery power).
Although Dell has improved the ability of the kitchen runway and graphics, to support other features reportedly still maintained. In addition to the built-up chassis of aluminum CNC with the presence of a carbon fiber keyboard panel, Dell also seems to still maintain the support of 13.3-inch Infinity Edge display panel that supports resolutions up to 3200 × 1800 pixels (QHD +). For its own memory support, Dell has also equipped it with SDDAM LPDDR3 Dual Channel 1866MHz capacity up to 16GB, while for jitunya storage solution there is a 1TB PCIe SSD configuration.
Not only that, Dell is also quite generous in bringing support ports on the device. This is seen with the support of two USB ports 3.1 Type-C, a Thunderbolt 3, an SD card reader, a headphone jack and a special power connector. Rely on the use of 60 WHr battery that makes the laptop can be operated up to 22 hours duration, as well as support for Springing QHD + model which supposedly will reduce the runtime up to 13 hours that is still really impressive.

The latest Dell XPS 13, powered by Kaby Lake-R processor power, is scheduled to hit the United States market on September 12th. As for the availability of other countries reportedly will follow later.

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