Dell revealed its new XPS 15 2-in-1 laptop at CES 2018. What makes this model interesting is that it's one of the first to feature the new Intel Kaby Lake-G + AMD Radeon RX Vega concoction. This product features a 15.6-inch screen, an aluminium shell, a Full HD or 4K screen with 360-degrees hinge, and a "maglev" keyboard.
All this is delivered in a package that's 16mm thick and with a weight of 1.97kg. The new XPS 15 will feature the Core i5-8305G and Core i7-8705G, which are 65W package TDP chips with the Radeon RX Vega M GL.
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Customers will have the choice of either the Core i5-8305G (6MB cache, 3.8GHz) or the Core i7-8705G (8MB cache, 4.1GHz). Both are quad-core chips, and both come with Radeon RX Vega M GL GPUs with 4GB HBM2 onboard. Systems can be configured from the factory with either 8GB or 16GB of DDR4-2400 memory, however, customers can install up to 32GB if they choose.
The laptop starts shipping this Spring for $1,299. However, that's the price of the base model, which doesn't feature Vega graphics. The base price of the Vega-based systems is unknown.