During Computex, when basically every major PC manufacturer is launching new laptops, Dell isn’t one to be left behind. 

On Tuesday, the company announced a freshly redesigned Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 laptop, as well as a new version of its Dell XPS 15 laptop. 

Dell’s 13-inch laptop/tablet hybrid has several important upgrades over its predecessor, the most important of them being camera placement — instead of being lodged in the device’s “chin” beneath the screen, the camera is now located in the (far more convenient) top bezel. 

The XPS 13 2-in-1’s screen hasn’t suffered for this. It’s a 16:10 touchscreen with a 7% larger viewing experience, Dell says, and it can be configured to have up to UHD+ resolution as well as HDR400 certification with Dolby Vision. Other things have been improved as well, including a 19% larger touchpad, and a new hinge design. Still, Dell has managed to make the device 8% thinner than the previous generation.  Read more…

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