Within the framework of Consumer Technology Asocciation (CES) 2018, which is held in Las Vegas from the 9 to the 12 for January, Dell presents the new generation of the XPS 13 notebook, the 13 inch computer considered the smallest in the world and that has also been recognized with the Innovation Award by the official jury of CES 2018.

"The equipment is capable of operating in an approximate of up to 19 h 26 min from a single load, in models with full HD resolution."

"The XPS XXX development team went to space and the fashion world to look for inspiration and came back, not only with an innovative design, but with raw materials used in space exploration in Mars, and by the fashion industry on the catwalks to make the users of the team manage to do more in less time and with greater style.

"The innovative cooling material GORE Thermal, used for heat dissipation in exploration probes in the soil of Mars, allows the processor to operate at its maximum capacity, achieving a faster response to user commands, whether editing a text, multitasking or working in a corporate application, "says Yuzel Ahumada, product marketing manager for final consumer of Dell Latin America.


The manager emphasizes that the team is also one of the first of the brand that will count the technologies Dell Cinema, which include optimizations in hardware and software to guarantee the best experience in video transmissions.

"The ultracompact design has state-of-the-art configurations in the mobility segment, such as: 8ª generation of processors Intel Core, screen with resolution options up to 4K Ultra HD, up to 16GB of RAM and storage in SSD.

"With these components, added to the use of the material GORE Thermal for thermal insulation and the system Dell Power Manager for the control of the energetic efficiency, the launch offers the best relation of power, consumption of power and autonomy of battery ", indicates.

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"The new generation also includes the Windows Hello system for the first time in the series, which allows entry into the operating system through facial identification, without the need for passwords."