The site noticed that Dell accidently published the information about its latest notebook on its own UK and China sites. The new rose gold model will cost $1,499, but there has been no information about UK cost.
Dell has retained the XPS 13’s Quad HD+ display making the introduction of the Kaby Lake processors the main talking point. Dell boasts that the CPUs can go from sleep to wake mode in half a second and that creating and editing 4k video will be up to eight times faster than before.
Consumers can spec up to 1TB of storage and the RAM can be upgraded to 16GB. Dell has also made some adjustments to the Wi-Fi on its 13-inch Ultrabook model, introducing 1535 Wireless AC.