Dell has unveiled the new XPS laptop lineup at CES 2024, with every laptop in the series receiving the elegant design styling that arrived with the XPS 13 Plus in 2022.

The new series is now made up of laptops with screen sizes of 13, 14 and 16 inches, with something for everyone across the entire range. The new design incorporates CNC machined aluminium and Gorilla Glass 3 creating a unique experience that brings a great laptop experience.

The new XPS laptops include a touch function row to switch between media and function keys easily and quickly, a glass touchpad with haptic feedback for that smooth experience and larger keycaps for more accurate typing.

All sizes of the new XPS laptops include options for an OLED touch display with variable refresh rates, high resolution options and more bringing a premium laptop experience to the user.

The big-ticket item is the new AI-enabled features built into the devices thanks to the new Intel chipsets and Windows 11. The features aim to “enhance creativity and productivity” while also improving performance and battery life.

The big brother of the lineup, the XPS 16 can be supercharged with the addition of Intel Core Ultra processors and NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPUs (up to RTX 4070) resulting in massive 80W of sustained performance.

The Dell XPS 14 offers performance in a lighter, more portable design and still includes the ability to have built in a NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPU (up to the GeForce RTX 4050) while maintaining a longer battery life than the XPS 16.

The XPS 13 is Dell’s thinnest and lightest XPS laptop allowing to use of it wherever you desire and is the perfect companion on the road. The display can now be optioned between FHD+, QHD+ touch and 3K+ OLED touch displays making it ideal for anyone on the go.

At this stage local availability and pricing is unknown but the new XPS line will be launching in the US in Q1 starting at $1,299.99US.

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