Dell has livened adult a summer of 2020 by dropping a whole bucket of devices, from a MacBook Pro contender and some new powered-up Alienware systems to an AMD-flavoured surprise.
Dell has a far-reaching operation of computing inclination on offer – as evidenced by a Best Dell Laptops list – and a association has selected to give us a reason to refurbish roughly all on that list all during once.
For full sum of all of a new operation – including pricing, recover date and some-more in-depth specs – take a demeanour during a links below.
At A Glance
- Dell XPS 15 2020
- Dell XPS 17 2020
- Alienware R11 Aurora
- Alienware Area-51m R2
- Alienware m15 R3 and m17 R3
- Dell G3 and G5
The standout among a lineup has to be a new XPS 17. The largest XPS indication has been absent for several years, sitting in a shadows as a XPS 13 gains widespread commend for a ultrabook chops.
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The Dell XPS 17 seems like it’s behind with a reprisal though, featuring Intel’s best 10th Gen H-Series laptop processors and a some-more than able Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 as a GPU option. Dell has resolutely taken aim during Apple and a MacBook Pro 16 – pricing in a US starts during $1499.99 with UK sum to follow.
While it might have been outshone here by a incomparable model, a XPS 15 2020 should not be overlooked. The 15-inch XPS also comes with a H-Series chips and allows for a inclusion of an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 Ti – that will yield a low-grade gaming and artistic performance.
The pattern and build peculiarity demeanour set to sojourn impressive, nonetheless. The new XPS 15 will start during a cost of £1599.99 in a UK and $1299 in a US. We consider this inconsistency might be in partial since certain cheaper models will usually be accessible in a US, like with a XPS 13. We have reached out to Dell for clarification.
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On a gaming side, mixed Alienware systems are removing a large refresh. The company’s gaming desktop titan, a R11 Aurora, adds Intel 10th Gen desktop processor options and adult to an RTX 2080 Super alongside glass cooling.
Alienware has also updated a brutal Area-51m gaming laptop. The new Area-51m R2 will underline a desktop-class 10th Gen Intel Core S-series processor alongside a choice of adult to an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Super or an AMD Raden RX 5700M. You can also select between a frail 4K and 60Hz display, or a high modernise rate pleasure in a form of a 300Hz panel.
Dell has also given a Alienware m15 R3 and m17 R3 inclination a identical treatment. The laptops competition Intel’s latest 10th Gen H-Series mobile processors as good as Nvidia RTX Super GPUs. Other important facilities embody adult to a 300Hz row and a new Cyro-Tech cooling system.
Dell hasn’t been left out of a gaming refreshes either, with a Dell G3 and Dell G5 also removing updates. The Dell G3 can be specced adult to an i7-10750H with an RTX 2060 while a G5 stretches to a RTX 2070 Max-Q. There’s also a Dell G5 SE for all we AMD fans, featuring one of a new Ryzen 4000 processors and a Radeon RX 5600M GPU.
The Dell G3 starts during £819 while a Dell G5 starts pricing during £1169 and both models are out on May 26. The AMD-sporting Dell G5 SE starts pricing during £1019 and will also be out on May 26.