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Dell XPS 15 laptop of the new generation will receive 3D-map Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 and display 5K

Written by Millo

Dell XPS 15 laptop of the new generation will receive 3D-map Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 and display 5K

Dell is preparing a new generation of the flagship laptop XPS 15. The novelty is likely to be presented either at CES 2018, or shortly before it. However, the leak on the Canadian mirror of the official site of Dell revealed a number of changes that occurred in the device.

Perhaps the most expected improvement is a 3D map. If the current generation is equipped with a video accelerator Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050, then the successor will already offer the GeForce GTX 1060. However, it is still unclear whether the laptop will implement the Nvidia Max-Q package.

Changes affect the screen. The resolution of the matrix of the basic version will remain the same, Full HD, but for a surcharge instead of the 4K display will be offered a screen resolution of 3200 x 1800 pixels (QHD +). You say loss of loss? By no means, because the top version will receive a matrix of 5K (5120 x 2880 pixels)! At least so says the user Reddit, who found a leak on the Dell website.

As for the processors, the Intel Core of the eighth generation is already something taken for granted in the notebook of the model year 2018. But the prices will grow. The top weight of the XPS 15 2018 is estimated at almost $3,000, while the flagship version of the current generation laptop in the US, without taking into account the currently offered $150 discount, costs $2,150.

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