13-inch Laptops Are Now Accessible with Six-Core Processor with the Intel Core i7 Model

Intel Takes an Amazing Step Forward for it’s Tenth Generation Core.

Photo by Dell

Photo by Dell

Prior to the IFA 2019 in August, Dell declared an invigorate of its XPS 13 workstation with Intel's tenth Gen Core processors — and now the Intel Core i7 model with six centers is accessible for consumers beginning at $999. With those six centers, you can probably hope to see better execution while performing various tasks, however applications should be upgraded to exploit the extra handling force.

It's amazing to see a six-center processor in a PC of this size. Macintosh, for instance, offers 15-inch MacBook Pros in six-and eight-center variations, however its littler 13-inch MacBook Pros maximize with four-center processors.

The six-center processor appears as though it will be a decent move up to the past age Dell XPS 13 recently, which had a quad-center processor and is right now our pick as the best generally speaking PC available. The new XPS 13 appears to be generally quite like its ancestor, offering 4GB, 8GB, or 16GB of LPDDR3 Dual-Channel SDRAM, a 13.3-inch show, and, fortunately, the webcam over the screen rather than under it.


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