Dell Overhauls XPS Notebook Range

Pulkit Chandna

The same day as NVIDIA announced the availability of its 3DTV Play software, Dell launched three new notebooks that include the technology. The new 14-, 15-, and17-inch notebook flavors have joined the XPS family following a line-up overhaul.

As you’d expect from a notebook range meant to entertain, there is no dearth of entertainment options: “pulsing audio from JBL and Waves, new high-definition screens driven by NVIDIA technology and the industry's first Skype-certified laptops with the first webcam allowing HD video streaming.”

The new models feature Intel Core i5 / i7 processors and NVIDIA GeForce 400 series graphics with Optimus technology. Support for NVIDIA’s 3DTV Play feature means that users can connect their XPS notebook to a 3D HDTV whenever they wish to play popular PC games in 3D or view 3D photos and videos on a large display.

“The new Dell XPS laptops are available beginning today directly from Models, configuration and options may vary by global region and retailers. Starting prices for the new XPS laptops are: $899 for the XPS 14; $849 for the XPS 15; and $949 for the XPS 17,” the PC maker announced in a release.

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