At CES 2020, Dell has announced the updated version of XPS 13, a thin and light-weight laptop featured by 10th Gen Intel Ice Lake chips and Ubuntu-based Developer Edition. The Dell XPS 13 comes with a 13.4-inch display with two variants - FHD+ and UHD+. The FHD+ has a 1920 x 1200 display resolution at 100% sRGB coverage and UHD+ variant offer 3840 x 2400 resolution that also cover by 100% sRGB and 99% DCI-P3 coverage.
Both devices are supported up to 90 percent of the DCI-P3 space, HDR 400 and Dolby Vision certified. Dell XPS 13 carries 14.8mm thick and 1.20 weight. Dell adds a large trackpad for better usability. XPS 13 equipped with a 52WHr battery that lasts up to 19hrs on a single charge for the FHD+ variant. It is powered and equipped by the 10th gen Intel Core Ice Lake processors starting with Intel Core i3 1005G1, Intel Quad-Core i5 1035G1, and Intel Quad-Core i7 1065G7 processor.
For graphics, Dell add Intel UHD Graphics on Core i3 and Intel Iris Plus Graphics card to boost processing. The device paired with up to 32GB of LPDDR4X RAM and the storage goes up to 2TB PCIe (3x4) SSD. There are a fingerprint sensor and 2x USB Type-C with USB 3.1, 3.5mm headphone jack and Thunderbolt 3 support for connectivity.
Dell XPS 13 2020 edition runs on Windows 10 OS and the company has also launched XPS 13 Developer Edition laptop that runs the latest build of Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. The Dell XPS 13 is priced starting at $999.99 will be available starting January 7 in the US, Canada, Sweden, UK, Germany, and France. For Developer Edition XPS 13 featured by the latest Ubuntu price starts $1199.99 for 8/256GB Core i5 processor will be available in Canada, US, and selected European countries.