One of the biggest brands in India when it comes to PC and laptops, Dell, has overhauled its entire lineup of laptops here in the country. The company has launched the 2019 refresh of its XPS, Inspiron, Alienware, and G-series laptops here in India. The new systems come powered by the latest Intel 10th-gen chipsets and offer all the latest bells and whistles that you’d expect. So, let’s take a look at all of them.
Dell XPS 13 2019 and Dell XPS 15 2019
One of the company’s most premium laptops has finally made its way to India. Celebrated for its best-in-class technologies, exceptional build and materials, and the ability to blend both power and beauty, the XPS line is the most awarded line of devices at Dell. The Dell XPS 13 (7390), now with the smallest HD webcam ever at just 2.25-mm, enables the XPS to maintain its trend-defining InfinityEdge display while moving the camera to the top of the display and offering a better video experience.
The XPS 13 also supports Dolby Vision. On the other hand, the XPS 15 (7590) is back and better than ever with an OLED display. This is the first in the XPS line, complete with self-lighting pixels which switch off completely to achieve perfect black for significantly higher contrast, for content to come alive in breathtaking detail. In fact, Dell claims it is the smallest 15.6-inch performance laptop offers the longest battery life of any 15-inch laptop.
Dell Inspiron 7000 series
The Inspiron portfolio now features up to 10th Generation Core Processors across laptops, 2-in-1s and AIOs launched with fresh and contemporary designs and features. The Inspiron 7000 2-in-1 (7391) comes with a first-of-a-kind garage in the hinge that provides storage for the included full-size Active Pen. This pen would then be accessible no matter how the laptop is used. The new Inspiron 7000 2-in-1 devices also feature Adaptive Thermal technology enabling the system to adjust its performance profile based on how a customer is holding it. The device changes power profiles to generate less heat when watching movies on a lap and ramps up to full power for productivity on a desk.
The Inspiron 7000 2-in-1 is feature-rich with Far-field Cortana, Windows Hello, and ExpressCharge technologies. The new Inspiron 14 7000 (7490) notebook, built with super-light magnesium alloy material and weight innovations, weighs only 1.095kg. It also comes with features such as a lid-open sensor, Connected Modern Standby, WiFi 6, fingerprint reader, up to 21 hours of battery life, NVMe SSDs, and more.
Dell Alienware m15 and Dell G3 3590
Refreshing from the last launch, the new Alienware m15 is among the first gaming laptops to offer a premium 4K OLED HDR 400 Eyesafe display, designed to lower blue light emissions, while maintaining vivid color integrity. It is also the world’s first 15-inch laptop to feature Tobii Eye Tracking.
The Dell G3 3590, on the other hand, is for the more budget-friendly market. The new Game Shift feature enables maximum fan speed for optimal processor performance during periods of intense gaming with the click of one button. The new Dell G3 also comes with Alienware Command Center, the central hub that allows gamers to customize all aspect of their experience. The 15-inch G3 also shows its outward innovations through a thin-and-sleek design, narrow borders, optional 144Hz gaming display, and 4-zone RGB backlit keyboard.
Pricing and availability
The Dell XPS 13 starts at RS. 1,13,990 while the Dell XPS 15 starts at RS. 1,66,990. The entire Dell Inspiron 10th-gen range starts at RS. 41,990. As for the Alienware m15, it’s premium range starts at Rs. 1,88,490. Lastly, the Dell G3 series starts at just Rs. 70,990. All the laptops will be available for sale starting today, while the XPS 13 will be available starting October 2nd. The entire range of laptops will be available at Dell Exclusive Stores, large format retail and multi-brand outlets across the country as well as for direct purchase from Dell’s portal. Also, stay tuned to Mr. Phone to get notified of all the updates in the technology world.