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Dell releases XPS 15Z



/ 6 years ago

The Dell XPS 15Z has been designed to compete directly with the Macbook Pro. It features a 15 inch wide screen display with a 1366 x 768 resolution, although a 1080p option is also available. You can choose between either an Intel Core i5 or Core i7 CPU. Graphics wise it comes with an Nvidia GeForce GT 525M with 1GB graphics memory and for those who want a little bit more in the graphics department, a 2GB option is also available. There is also the option for up to 8GB of DDR3 memory. This all runs on the Intel HM67 Chipset. It weighs 5.54 pounds and is less than an inch thick, Dell say this is the thinnest 15 inch notebook for sale.

As well as all the key components, the XPS 15Z comes with a huge selection of peripherals. It boasts Bluetooth 3.0, Intel Centrino Advanced A/G/N Wi-Fi, Intel Wireless Display technology, HDMI v1.4, Mini DisplayPort, Gigabit Ethernet, three USB 3.0 ports and eSata. It also has a 9-in-1 memory card reader, a backlit keyboard which is also spill resistant and the trackpad also supports multi touch as well as gestures. All this squeezed into a shell sized at 24.68 x 384.85 x 260.37 mm.

This is a great competitor to the MacBook Pro and it should be interesting to see what Apple bring to the table next. As well as being competitive in the specifications, the price is also very good at £899.99 ($999.99) for the standard model whereas the equivalent MacBook Pro is £1,549 ($2,523.19).

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  • henrybutt

    I think i'll stick with the Macbook thanks… this just looks like a cheap knock off!

  • lucas4

    henrybutt;17861 wrote: I think i'll stick with the Macbook thanks… this just looks like a cheap knock off!

    i have to agree that it looks like they have copied apple!the keyboard is just too similar to be a coincidence :rolleyes:

  • omegadoom13

    lol… I wouldn't call $1000 plus notebook loaded with features cheap. However, I would call a $2500 + MacBook Pro with similar features overly expensive. 🙂

  • lucas4

    omegadoom13;17894 wrote: lol… I wouldn't call $1000 plus notebook loaded with features cheap. However, I would call a $2500 + MacBook Pro with similar features overly expensive. 🙂

    u are correct there tbh.its annoying to see manufacturers 'copying' each other, but for Dell its a very good business move if they can make a macbook style laptop thats significantly cheaper.

  • omegadoom13

    lucas4;17967 wrote: u are correct there tbh.its annoying to see manufacturers 'copying' each other, but for Dell its a very good business move if they can make a macbook style laptop thats significantly cheaper.

    Good move on Dell's part. 🙂

  • lucas4

    omegadoom13;18060 wrote: Good move on Dell's part. 🙂

    yes, i think so.people will buy a Mac just coz it has the apple badge on it, but the same goes for a lot of dell's customers. it'll be interesting to see if they filter this type of design down to their cheaper laptops, or whether they keep it exclusive to their higher end notebooks

  • dav532000

    Sounds like a good laptop, but I would lean towards Lenovo with there Rapid Drive for round about the same price, have to agee about Apple far to expensive for me. Thats if you can get your hands on a Lenovo as they are not selling some models here.