<pre><pre>Dell & # 39; s new XPS 15 with a 4K OLED screen is now available

Dell & # 39; s 2019 renewal of the XPS 15 2-in-1 laptop is now available. One of the most striking changes in this year's model is the placement of the webcam: it is now being moved above the screen, where it should always have been instead of the hinge.


Prices for the XPS 15 start at $ 1,099, and all four Dell configurations including 9th generation Intel processors, fast M.2 SSD NVMe storage and a 97Wh battery. If you're more a powerful user, the $ 1,549 model is built with a better-able Intel Core i7 9750H CPU and a special Nvidia GTX 1650 graphics card. These specifications are in line with an entry-level gaming laptop.

One of Dell's high-end configurations has a 4K (3840 x 2160) OLED screen and is one of the few Windows 10 laptops that has one. If you want to view Netflix or if you want to see deep black and other colors accurately, whatever you do (it can represent 100 percent of the full DCI-P3 color gamut), this $ 1949 laptop might be a valuable investment. However, since the specifications largely match the $ 1,549 configuration described above, it will not go as far as you are looking for games with the original 4K resolution, for example.

We recently tested the HP Specter X360 laptop, which can also be adjusted with a 4K OLED screen. It is sold for about the same price as the Dell option, although the XPS 15 is a more attractive option if you want a 9th Gen Intel processor, special graphics and a trackpad that is really worth it, thanks to Dell & # 39; s Windows Precision driver & # 39; s.