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Dell XPS 15 (2019) Review: Familiar Looks, Faster Performance

Dell frequently rides the bleeding edge as it takes little time to arm its laptops and desktops using the most recent hardware platforms. At least, this implies annual refreshments in its famous categories of products. So Dell began implementing updated versions of its laptop XPS 15 with some nice upgrades in comparison to last September’s version.

The addition of an OLED screen option is one of the major modifications. Just like Samsung’s screen boards have filled us with on his mobile phones, we consider Dell’s Infinity Edge displays to be among the finest in the laptop. The 2019 refresh tap is also available for an InfinityEdge panel, but the Dell XPS 15 can be configured with a wonderful 4 K (3840×130) OLED scenario for the first moment.

Dell XPS 15 features and specs

Dell XPS 15

Dell XPS 15

CPU: 9th Gen Intel Core i9-9980HK 8-Core/16-Thread | Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 | RAM: 32GB | Screen: 15.6-inch 4K Ultra HD (3840×2160) InfinityEdge Non-Touch, 400 Nits, OLED | Storage:1TB M.2 PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe SSD

✔️Affordable
✔️Greate Performance
✔️OLED display
✔️Good for Gaming
❌No major redesign

The specific setting includes the 9th Gen Intel Core i9-9980HK processor, a huge DDR4-2666 32 GB storage, a discrete NVIDIA based NVIDIA GPU architecture based GeForce GTX 1650 graphics, and a fast 1 TB strong government drive (PCIe 3.0). NVMe is also available. Although not a desktop replacement laptop, the combination of pieces on this laptop should be able to produce a relatively meaty tower PC output.

The XPS 15 is a fleshed-out laptop with premium hardware as configured here. from top to bottom. Dell sees this as the “lowest 15.6-inch Laptop on the planet,” and the 0.45-0.66-inch waistline is actually slim while the discussion is open. Dell refers to the total scale, which makes very little space beyond the actual screen in the InfinityEdge display.

The XPS 15 is about 4.5 pounds heavier than some other slim and light computers, although a huge amount of hardware has been squeezed into a 5-pound-laptop at Dell. A narrower 56whr battery pack, which shaves half a pound off weight. Some of the toned settings are due to the large 97whr battery.

At a look, it might seem interesting that Dell has chosen the 9th Gen CPU line of Intel rather than the 10th Gen “Ice Lake” family, a brand new chipmaker, constructed in a 10-nanometre. However, there is a simple explanation — performance.

The 11 fresh Ice Lake CPUs in Intel initially measure to 4 nuclei and 8 calculation threads. In contrast, the i9-9980HK Core is a beautiful 8 centered and 16 threaded chip, with a heaping of 16 MB of SmartCache, which is 2GHz (base) up to 5GHz (max turbo).

It’d also be a different beast, at least at the higher end. Ice Lake currently tops out at 4-cores/8-threads. The Core i9-9980HK in the configuration we reviewed is rather stout. overall this is best for Gaming Laptop and professional work.