By David W. GivensThe world’s most popular laptop computer is still in the hands of most people.
The Dell XPS 13 is still the most popular desktop computer, but it’s been overtaken by the MacBook Pro with the same price tag and the same features.
But what about a laptop with a little more power and performance?
Dell recently released the XPS 15, and its successor the X1 Carbon.
Dell’s XPS laptop is now available at a much lower price point than the X2 Carbon and is getting ready to hit stores in mid-January.
Dell XPS 14 with Retina Display, Intel Core i7-6700HQ, 128GB SSD, $1,299.99On the surface, Dell’s latest XPS laptops look very similar to the X100s that it launched in 2013, but there’s a major difference.
The XPS15 uses Intel’s Core i5-7300HQ processor, and it has the same 16GB of RAM and the GTX 1050 graphics card as the X10.
The XPS is powered by the same 6,400mAh battery as the model it replaced, the X20.
The new laptop is a big upgrade over the X1000, which was only available for $1.99, and even the X900, which costs $1.,499.99.
The new laptop also features the latest Intel graphics card, the new Skylake chip, and an Nvidia GTX 1060 graphics card.
The price is actually lower than the older X1s because it’s getting the Core i3 processor instead of the i5 processor that was used in the X10000.
However, you can still find the X200 for $199.99 that has the Core M processor.
For the most part, you won’t be able to tell the difference between the Xps 15 and the X800.
However you might notice the X14s and X14S are now a little thinner and lighter.
But you might also notice that Dell’s new XPS has the Intel Iris Pro graphics.
The Iris Pro is Intel’s first GPU that’s designed to handle higher-end graphics workloads, and we’re excited to see what its performance and battery life can offer.
As with any laptop, the specs are the same, but the X150 and X150S are getting some improvements.
Both of these laptops are getting an Intel Core M7 processor, a larger memory, and a faster battery.
The specs aren’t the only differences between the two laptops.
Dell also introduced a couple of new features, like the ability to turn off the webcam, and the USB Type-C port is now USB 3.0, which means that you can plug a Type-A port in and use a USB Type C cable.
The USB Type 2 ports are USB 3 2.0 and the headphone jack is also reversible.
The Intel Iris graphics will also be coming to the new X150s and the new models of X14, X14E, and X1500.