Featuring a new InfinityEdge display
In the quest for borderless displays in laptops, the 2020 version of Dell’s XPS 13 takes the throne for the laptop with the highest screen-to-body ratio at 91.5%. The high screen-to-body ratio is made possible with Dell’s new InfinityEdge display, which trims down the bezels—especially the bottom bezel—to create a laptop with an 11-inch form factor while having a large 13.4-inch display with 16:10 aspect ratio and options for either Full HD or 4K resolution.
All models come with support for HDR and Dolby Vision and is protected by Gorilla Glass 6.
Compared to last year’s model, the XPS 13 2020 has larger keycaps and a larger trackpad, giving it an edge-to-edge design for the keyboard and making it more comfortable to use. Powering the XPS 13 2020 is Intel’s 10th-generation Core processors—up to a quad-core i7-1065G7 processor, up to 32GB RAM, and come with Intel’s Iris Plus Graphics for improved graphics performance.
The XPS 13 2020 will be available on January 7 at a starting price of $1000(~Php 51.1k), while developers will have to wait for February 4 for the Linux-equipped Developer edition, which starts at $1200(~Php 61.3k).