Alongside the new XPS 13 2-in-1, Dell today announced upgrades for the larger XPS 15 laptop. The machine will now come with 9th-generation Intel chipsets which, while nice, is a bit disappointing since the 2-in-1 has Intel’s new 10th-gen processors. The laptop will now also be configurable with Nvidia’s GTX 1650 graphics, up to 64GB of RAM, and a presumably beautiful 4K OLED display.
Other than these upgrades, the XPS 15 will be remaining largely the same with a metal build, a properly-placed webcam above the screen, a large trackpad, and a relatively big keyboard. Dell says the new XPS 15 will start at $999.99. Meanwhile, the 4K OLED model will start at $1,899.99. Neither model has received a release date so far.