From CNET: If you always yearned for a white Dell XPS laptop but needed something bigger than 13 inches, now you're in luck: Dell has expanded its white scheme to the 2020 models of the XPS 15, as well as to the redesigned, smaller XPS Desktop. The company also launched new, sleeker-looking models of its mainstream S-series monitors, headlined by a 32-inch curved 4K model.
Getting the XPS 15 in "frost machined aluminum with arctic white woven glass palm rest" doesn't come free, though. It'll run you an extra $50 when it becomes available this summer.
The redesigned XPS Desktop -- shipping now, starting at $650 -- comes in black as well as white with its more compact 19-liter chassis. That translates into about 2 inches shaved off the depth, 0.4 inch off the width and 0.7 inch off the height to hit its 14.5 by 6.7 by 12.1-inch dimensions.
Inside, it basically offers the same graphics card options as the current XPS Desktop Special Edition, ranging from an Nvidia GeForce GT 1030 to an RTX 2070 Super, and the 10th-gen equivalents of the current ninth-gen Intel processors, starting with an i3-10100 up to an i9-10900K.
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