During its spring conference, Dell unveiled a new Oled panel for the XPS 13, its flagship computer. The Inspiron series evolves to the latest AMD and Intel processors, in addition to hosting a new 16-inch PC.
An Oled screen for the XPS 13
First of all, its high-end ultraportable XPS 13 now has an optional OLED panel. You will still have to add € 300 to get it, but the screen of this XPS would be even better, thus approaching a little more than perfection. It would indeed have an “infinite contrast [it is characteristic of Oled technology, Editor’s note] and an almost zero afterglow time” . It remains to be hoped that the color calibration will be good, which is rarely the case on this type of panel.
The Inspiron range refreshed
For its part, the Inspiron series adopts the new generation of Intel processors. The Inspiron 13, 14 and 15 inches are affected and Core i3s will be offered as well as the H-series Core i5 and i7, the latter normally reserved for powerful PCs, capable of dissipating heat well. Graphics cards will usually be integrated, but dedicated Nvidia GeForce MX450 GPUs can be embedded. Depending on the model, there will be up to 1 TB, or even 2 TB of SSD storage, and a maximum of 32 GB of RAM.
Note that versions with AMD Ryzen 3 5300U, Ryzen 5 5500U and Ryzen 7 5700U processors will also be available for the 14 and 15 inch models.