Dell XPS 13 y XPS 13 2 en 1 Intel Alder Lake

Known for being one of the best ultraportables on the market, Dell has announced an update to its beloved lineup with a renewed XPS 13 and an XPS 13 2 in 1presented in a thin and light design, the incorporation of the new 12th generation Intel Alder Lake processorsand a small reduction in the number of ports compared to its predecessor.

Although this year it is undoubtedly the XPS 13 2 in 1 that will get a little more attention, since it is the model that has undergone the greatest transformation. And it is that this new convertible update ditches its 360-degree hinge for a tablet form factor, minus the stock keyboardwhich we can now buy separately along with other accessories such as a magnetic stylus, aiming to compete more directly with the new Apple iPad and Microsoft’s Surface Pro range.

A configuration that will be completed by the recurring format of 13-inch touchscreen, with 2880 x 1920 pixel resolution and 3:2 aspect ratio. Leaving more room for the screen, this convertible chooses to move its 11-megapixel camera to the rear, on the front of the computer, further denoting its orientation for use in tablet mode.

Inside, the XPS 13 2-in-1 features new Alder Lake-U processors with i5-1230U or i7-1250U; accompanied by some internal options of up to 32GB LPDDR5 RAMand internal storage via NVMe SSD up to 1TB. Although it should be noted the small inconvenience that we will not be able to update or replace its internal components, including its battery.

Finally, concerning the connection part, he support for 5G networks and an eSIMhighlighting as we said a reduction in the number of its ports, eliminating the headphone jack and the microSD card reader, lmimicking Thunderbolt 4 two-port analog connectivity.

As with the new Dell XPS 13 base, we find an ultraportable that maintains the same 13.4-inch screen options of its predecessor, being able to choose between a resolution of 3840 x 2400 pixels with a touch screen, or a normal resolution screen of 1920 x 1200 pixelsand a thin and light body thanks to the use of an aluminum chassis.

Like the new 2-in-1 model, we will again find two processor options to choose between the Intel Core i5-1230U and i7-1250U, with configurations up to 32GB LPDDR5 RAM and 1TB non-upgradable NVMe SSD.

However, in the case of the Dell XPS 13, the company opted to redesign the motherboard to make it smaller than the previous model, leaving extra room to upgrade the laptop with slightly larger speakers. . And it is that this model will not have the presence of the 3.5mm jack connector either, with a reduced connectivity section limited exclusively to the two Thunderbolt 4 ports.

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