The Dell XPS 13 vs. the Samsung Galaxy Notebook

Dell has finally launched its new flagship laptop, the XPS13.

I’ll be the first to admit, it doesn’t compare to the latest iPad Pros, but that’s because Dell hasn’t really put out a lot of competition in the premium laptop space.

In fact, it’s a bit of a surprise to see the XP13 on the market, given the fact that it’s based on the X1 Carbon notebook that Dell launched earlier this year.

However, it does have some of the same specs as its predecessor, the Dell X1.

In addition to a 12.5-inch (or 13.3-inch) Full HD touchscreen with Corning Gorilla Glass 4, the laptop has an Intel Core i5 processor and 8GB of RAM.

It also has an integrated 512GB hard drive and a 2TB SSD.

Dell also has a new 13.1-inch model with a 1080p IPS display and an Intel i5-6200U processor and a 128GB SSD.

It’s available for $1,199, but we’re expecting a price hike with a new model that comes with a full HD IPS display.

The Dell model we reviewed last year also came with a Full HD IPS panel, but with a price tag of $1,-599.

It can be found on Amazon for $2,299.

The XPS15 has a slightly smaller 1080p display with a Core i7-8200U CPU and 512GB of SSD storage.

It is available for a $1,,499 starting price.

The laptop has a 13.2-inch display, a Core m3 processor, and 256GB of memory.

It has a keyboard with keys that can be rotated, a fingerprint reader, and a built-in webcam.

It retails for $999.

Dell’s new 13-inch laptop, called the Xps15, will be available starting November 1, with a $799 price tag.

The 14-inch version is scheduled to arrive in November.

Dell has also announced its new 14-in-1 ultrabook, the Inspiron 14 Pro, which is expected to debut in November with a pricing of $799.

Dell is also releasing a new 14.3 inch laptop, dubbed the Inspia 14 Pro X, which will launch in November at a price of $999 with a 512GB SSD and a $2K hard drive.

We’ll have more on Dell’s upcoming Ultrabooks when we get them, but in the meantime, you can find the Xp13 and Xp15 models at Amazon and Dell’s own website. Read more