Newest Dell XPS Lineup Brings the Upgrades

Today, Dell officially unveiled our new line-up of XPS devices, including the first virtually borderless InfinityEdge display in a 15-inch laptop, first 4K Ultra HD display in a 2-in-1, improved performance in the world’s smallest 13-inch laptop and more.

Personally, I’m very happy these products are now available, because as the manager of our @Dell account on Twitter, it has seemed like not a day went by that someone on the social network didn’t ask us when the new XPS 15 would be here! Luckily, several of our fans have a great sense of humor, and here is a sample of their creativity that kept me entertained:

 Screen capture of funny tweets from people asking when the new Dell XPS 15 would launch

It has been a long wait since June when our partner Microsoft gave the audience a sneak peek at the new XPS 15 at its Computex keynote. Those who were tweeting us longed for the XPS 13’s unique 4K Ultra HD InfinityEdge display in a 15-inch laptop. But, the four and a half months since that preview is only a fraction of how long Microsoft and Dell engineers have been closely collaborating. They’ve worked hard to ensure that the XPS family of PCs represents the top-of-the-line features and experiences, in terms of what Windows 10 PCs can do.

 Dell XPS 15

Customers are also involved in every step of the product development process, and many of them let us know that they wanted improved performance in our XPS 13. While they loved the virtually borderless InfinityEdge display, they also craved more memory, and you can now get 16GB of RAM on this award-winning laptop. Road warriors can continue to enjoy the portability of this 13-inch laptop in an 11-inch frame, along with an even longer battery life.

 Dell XPS 13

But, the XPS 15 and XPS 13 aren’t the only two new and improved members of this family. The new XPS 12 2-in1 has an innovative design that lets you easily switch between laptop and tablet with one hand. It’s also the only 2-in-1 device with a 4K Ultra HD display option that gives you 6 million more pixels than a Full HD display, as well as high resolution cameras – 8MP world-facing, 5MP user-facing.

 Dell XPS 12

And, finally, if you saw my recent post about how we’re finding new life for carbon fiber, you’ll know I’m also happy to see that these XPS laptops are among our most environmentally friendly ever – in both product and packaging. XPS laptops are designed with smarter materials so that we avoid materials of concern including cadmium, lead, hexavalent chromium, mercury, some phthalates; and, they are all BFR/PVC-free. And, all XPS notebooks also ship in recyclable, compost-friendly packaging, including our highly renewable bamboo trays.

Smart materials and design, paired with the recent Windows 10 rollout, the latest chips from Intel, vibrant display technologies, top connectivity options including Thunderbolt 3 and more, all mean I think you’ll agree these XPS laptops are worth the wait!

About the Author: Laura Pevehouse

Laura Pevehouse was profiled as one of five “social media mavens” in the March 2009 issue of Austin Woman Magazine and named an AdWeek’s TweetFreak Five to Follow. She has been part of the Dell organization for more than 15 years in various corporate communications, employee communications, public relations, community affairs, marketing, branding, social media and online communication roles. From 2014-2018, Laura was Chief Blogger/Editor-in-Chief for Direct2DellEMC and Direct2Dell, Dell’s official corporate blog that she help launch in 2007. She is now a member of the Dell Technologies Chairman Communications team. Earlier in her Dell career she focused on Global Commercial Channels and US Small and Medium Business public relations as part of the Global Communications team. Prior to that, she was responsible for global strategy in social media and community management, as well as marcom landing pages, as a member of Dell’s Global SMB Marketing, Brand and Creative team. When she was part of Dell’s Global Online group, Laura provided internal consulting that integrated online and social media opportunities with a focus on Corporate Communications and Investor Relations. She managed the home page of, one of the top 500 global web sites in Alexa traffic rank, and first brought web feeds and podcasts to the ecommerce site. In her spare time she led Dell into the metaverse with the creation of Dell Island in the virtual world Second Life. Laura has earned the designation of Accredited Business Communicator from the International Association of Business Communicators, and received her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Louisiana State University. Before joining Dell Financial Services in 2000, she worked at the Texas Workforce Commission and PepsiCo Food Systems Worldwide.