Dell has revealed its new ePrix XC-100 notebook for $999, the same price as its predecessor.
The new laptop, which was unveiled at CES 2017, is the first notebook Dell has made in the XC line and the first to feature a quad-core Core i7 processor.
Dell has said it’s aiming for a high-end PC for the price, but for those looking for a mid-range laptop that will work on the cheap, the X1 Pro may be a good choice.
The X1 Professional is currently available in the US, UK and Australia.
The price of the X2 Pro will likely increase once it’s released.
The iBookPro XC is powered by the same Intel Core i5-4200U processor as its smaller cousin.
Its performance is comparable to the iBookPRO X2 and the ibookPro X1, but its size means it’s less convenient to use and more likely to fall over in your handbag.
The screen is 13.3 inches wide, and it has a 1,366×768 resolution.
Its battery lasts for two hours.
The display is powered via a DisplayPort 1.3a connector.
The processor Dell is using in the new XC model is a Core i6-4170U.
It has an AMD Ryzen 5 processor and comes with 4GB of RAM.
Dell also says that the Xc’s integrated graphics, along with its SSD, have been redesigned.
This means that there’s more storage, but it also means that the display has a higher pixel density.
The keyboard has been redesigned, too, and is now made of a magnesium alloy.
The design is slightly different to the X5, which has a plastic back.
Dell says the new laptop has a larger battery, which is expected to last for at least a week.
Dell’s new Xtreme Gaming Xtremeline 4K is an ultrabook with a 5.7-inch, 1366×768 display.
The 1366×768 resolution is comparable with the iBooks Pro X and X1 models, and the laptop is equipped with a 2TB hard drive.
The 12MP rear camera on the Xtrive has a 16MP one on the iSeries.
The laptop is also equipped with 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1, and an integrated fingerprint reader.
Dell does not mention the battery capacity of the new model.