Intel today launched the latest H45 series of mobile high-performance processors, and Nvidia also launched RTX 3050/3050Ti graphics cards, followed by major manufacturers to follow up with new products, such as Dell XPS 15 and 17.
XPS 15 9510 has been officially released. In addition to the regular upgrades of the processor and graphics card, we will also see high-end features such as 3.5K OLED optional and Thunderbolt 4 interface.
From the design point of view, the XPS 15 9510 is exactly the same as the 2020 XPS 15 9500. It is expected to still use the old mold, about 18mm thick, using CNC technology, aluminum alloy, carbon fiber composite palm rest, and the sixth-generation Corning University covering the touch screen. Gorilla Glass, and 92.9% screen-to-body ratio.
XPS 15 9510 is available with Intel Core i5-11400H, i7-11800H and i9-11900H processors, and can be equipped with up to 64 GB of DDR4-3200 memory and 4 TB of PCIe4.0 SSD.
It is worth mentioning that in addition to the traditional 4K UHD+ and FHD+ screens in this update, Dell has also brought back an optional OLED screen, 3.5K (3456 x 2160) resolution, touch support, contrast ratio 100,000:1, coverage 100 %DCI-P3 color gamut, 400 nits, supports DisplayHDR 500, Dolby Vision, EyeSafe, etc.
XPS 15 can choose 45/55W RTX 3050 and RTX 3050 Ti notebook computers to display independently, which means that XPS 15 series will support ray tracing and DLSS functions for the first time.
Although the mold is similar, the new XPS 15 9510 provides two Thunderbolt 4 ports. Comes with a USB-C to USB-A type and HDMI 2.0 adapter, also supports Bluetooth 5.1 and Wi-Fi 6 (AX1650), optional 56 WHr and 86 WHr batteries.
Dell XPS 15 9510 is priced from US$1199.99 (i5+16+512GB) in the United States, and the XPS Creator version is available like XPS17.
The detailed parameters are as follows: