Last week Dell dropped a product bomb, announcing new laptops, PCs and monitors. It was enough to make my eyes glaze over, and try to find out how much the new goodies would cost us here in Australia.
I’m particularly excited for the new XPS 15, with its big daddy 8th gen Intel core processor – the first 6-core processor in any Dell laptop. I’ve said it before – I like powerful machines, but I hate carrying around heavy laptops. I’m hoping that this is going to be a thin and light work horse that can do everything I need it to on the go. And have the battery life to back it up.
While our source couldn’t give us a hard Australian release date on the new product range, they did confirm that it will be in the next few months. In the meantime, the global Dell store are currently clearing out their previous generation XPS 15 models, if you’re looking for a bit of a bargain.
Anyway, onto the prices!
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