I am from Belgium and I'm looking for a laptop.
I have interest in the Dell xps 15. I would want the version with the 12th gen i7 processor, the Rtx 3050, 16gb of Ram. The 512gb or 1tb Ssd with the Fhd+ screen. And the Belgian (Azerty) integrated keyboard.
But within the specifications there's a notion of a 86wh battery option which i have to choose. But i can't find it anywhere.
Where could I find this and how much would this add to the price?
I'd like to have very good battery life so this is quite important.
And I know that the battery is bigger when I choose the other display types but I don't want those.
The systems are configurable only to those Dell has offered. If you do not see the configuration you want on Dell's own website, check with local resellers or retailers - they may have the configuration you want. You cannot, however, alter a pre-existing configuration a la carte -- i.e., you cannot add the larger battery to a configuration that doesn't list it.
But why would it show up in the specifications then? It means that it would exist right? I tried every combination possible but can't find one with the bigger battery
It depends on whether (or how many) of these are built with the low resolution screen and larger battery. In theory, it's possible to purchase a new Subaru Crosstrek in the US with a manual transmission -- but good luck finding one.
Thank you very much for the help so far, but would the base version (the one I have to take with the FHD screen) come with the bigger or the smaller battery? I don't think this is very clearly stated within the specifications.