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Dell XPS 13 (9310): The first notebook with a 16:10 OLED display

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The Dell XPS 13 (9310), which Dell re-released at IFA 2020 last September, will be available with a fourth additional display option in the future: in addition to “FHD +” (1980 x 1200) with and without touch and “UHD +” (3640) X 2400) Buyers can count on LC from now on Also choose an OLED screen with a resolution of 3456 x 2160 pixels.

The advantages of the OLED option, rich colors with extremely high contrast, are replaced by one-fifth of the screen brightness for an additional cost of US $ 300 (before taxes) compared to the Full HD option: This should be in place of the maximum A 500-cd / s OLED screen can be Bright square meter with a maximum of 400 cd / m2 only. Currently, the monitor is not available for Dell XPS 13 2-in-1.

The first 13-inch 16:10 notebook computer with OLED technology

With the new display, the XPS 13 enters an exclusive circuit of 13-inch OLED laptops. So far there are only Asus ZenBook 13 OLED, Asus ZenBook Flip S, Asus ZenBook 13, HP Specter x360 Convertible-14, Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga X13 and Razer Blade Stealth 13 with this technology. Coupled with the 16:10 format, the new Dell XPS 13 is a first on the market – regardless of the screen diagonal.

Dell XPS 13 display options (9310)

Other technical characteristics, main data and configuration options for the series remain in the case of September 2020.

Dell offers the XPS 13 (9310) with 11th Generation Core i3-1115G4, Core i5-1135G7, Core i7-1165G7 (Test), and Core i7-1185G7. How fast the processors run compared to previous generations, ComputerBase has already been tested extensively against the Ryzen 4000 and 5000. The new XPS 13 CPUs can be combined with 8, 16 or 32GB soldered LPDDR4X-4267 plus 256GB SSDs 512 GB, 1 TB, and 2 TB. The laptop is part of the Intel Evo program and thus offers features like Thunderbolt 4 and fast Wi-Fi 6.

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