It’s a Dell. Only, this one is smaller, and packs a wallop! The new Dell XPS Desktop PC is in town, and it is designed to be one stylish package that is as compact as it is powerful.
For starters, the chassis is now 19L, compared to the 24L that the previous generation XPS Desktop had to offer. And it is also tool-less for easy access whenever you need to tinker around at the back to add or remove something.
This new XPS Desktop is part of the NVIDIA RTX Studio program, and it comes with a GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER GPU. AMD Radeon options are on their way as well. In terms of CPU, we have Intel 10th generation here, all the way up to a Core i9-10900K.
A 500W PSU keeps things running.
The new XPS Desktop comes in both white and black color options, with prices of this desktop computer starting at $649.99.
That’s not all, though.
Because Dell also took the opportunity to introduce a new color variant of its XPS 15 laptop. As a matter of pure fact, this is the first time that there has been a second color choice for the larger model — the smaller XPS 13 has had different colors for years.
It is available in Frost machined aluminum, with an Artic White woven glass palm rest.
The current XPS 15 costs $1,299.99, and the new color option will cost an additional $50 on top of whatever configuration you choose. It is set to be available in the summer.