Shared Graphics use system memory that is shared with the Processor chip. Because of this integration, they balance performance, price, battery life, and fan noise though cannot deliver the best possible visual experiences. Recommended For: Regular use of office productivity applications such as Outlook and PowerPoint; Stream a TV show, playing games like solitaire or Minecraft or need the longest life from your laptop battery.Suggested Cards: Intel® UHD Graphics & Intel® Iris® Xe Graphics
Discrete Graphics dedicate computing power and memory to delivering robust visual experiences. Because discrete graphics use more power, they drain your battery and generate more heat and noise.Recommended For: Important for games or editing and creating images and video because those kinds of applications create, or render, video in real time.Suggested Cards: NVIDIA® GeForce RTX®.
Wherever you see the Intel® Evo™ badge on a Dell PC, you can count on designs to have the following combination of purposeful technologies verified for your experience. Based on how you’ll actually use them—with many applications open at once, heavy media use, and constant toggling—so our measurements of battery life, responsiveness, and speed reflect the way you work.Each Dell systems requires verification for at least the following:Performance - 11th & 12th Gen Intel® Core™ processors and Intel® Iris® Xᵉ graphics deliver 3x faster photo and video editing.Wi-Fi Connections - Nearly 3x faster internet with built-in Intel® Wi-Fi 6E (Gig+) technology, versus standard Wi-Fi *.Battery Life - Count on 9+ hours of battery life on FHD displays so you can work anywhere.Graphics - Intel® Iris® Xᵉ graphics and razor-thin bezels make screen time more enjoyable.Wake Faster - Wakes in less than a second and 40% more responsive than a 2-year-old laptop.Simple Connections - Thunderbolt™ 4 provides a 40GB/s data transfer rate through a single-cable connection
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