Dell donates its showcase notebook xps 13 and its convertible brother xps 13 2-in-1 the compulsory upgrade to the eleventh core i generation (tiger lake). Both devices can be in this country in the overworked version (model number 9310) from tomorrow 1. October at prices from 1500 euros (xps 13) or 1550 euros (xps 13 2-in-1) be purchased.
The xps 13 2-in-1 is now also with light housing.
Greater changes away from the flotter processors and associated changes such as the change of thunderbolt 3 on thunderbolt 4 are not on – which is neither wondering nor bad: dell had already been at the ice lake versions of xps 13 and xps 13 2-in -1 of 16: 9 screens adopted; and self-reliable remain the work-friendly 16: 10 screens (and all other established amenities) at the tiger lake generation. The xps 13 2-in-1 inherits in the new edition the windows hello-capable ir webcam in the slim frame above the screen and the optional fabric housing from fiberglass mat instead of dark carbon mesh – both have only existed "normal" xps 13.
Windows? Linux? Both!
The linux pre-installation of the xps 13 developer edition can be installed on all xps 13.
The so-called developer edition of the xps 13, which is sold with preinstalled ubuntu-linux instead of windows 10; however, she comes only to an even indeterminate later. New is in this context that you can download the linux image prepared by dell and will be able to play on non-developer edition advised – be it now as a windows replacement or parallel.
The sale of a high-priced notebook with preinstalled linux is not a unique selling point of dell more: lenovo also wants to sell linux notebooks to end customers – including the new thinkpad x1 nano.