Dell XPS 15” 9570 reviews is here I’m not going to lie I’m actually pretty excited about unboxing this I’ve got the new Dell XPS 15 9570 and the reason I’m quite excited is because I actually used the current Dell XPS 15 95/60 as my main everyday workhorse laptop and I really like it but I wouldn’t mind a bit of a performance upgrade especially as I shoot in high-quality 4k sometimes 4k 60 and so editing and rendering videos can sometimes push this a bit too hard and that’s why. I’ve been looking forward to this because even though the XPS 15 2 and one came out a month or so ago that didn’t really give the performance upgrade I wanted this is the proper notebook update for the XPS 15 line so we’ve got the main laptop box as well as the power which looks to be pretty much identical to before it’s not USB see it’s still using a DC power in which is a little bit annoying. I guess I do like the idea of laptops with USB C charging so I can use the same one for my phone but alas so the first thing I’ve noticed is this is a little bit of a different color if I put it next to the current XPS 15 you can see they’ve gone for more of a silver than a grey so yeah you might have a little bit of trouble telling these two apart in terms of design but that’s because it’s more of a hardware upgrade or spec refresh on the new XPS so this is the third year. Now I believe that we’ve had pretty much exactly the same design from Dell now I’m not complaining because it is still one of the nicest smartest looking laptops out there but I guess after three years it would be nice to see something a little bit different but you can’t really complain it’s still a beautiful looking machine.
Dell XPS 15″ Full Techincal Specification
|Processor||Intel Core i5-8300H (8M Cache, up to 4.0 GHz)|
Intel Core i7-8750H Processor (9M Cache, up to 4.1 GHz)
8th Generation Intel Core i9
|Storage Options||128GB SSD + 1TB HDD, 256GB PCIe NMVeSSD, 1TB solid state hybrid drive, 512GB PCIe NMVeSSD or 1TB PCIe NMVeSSD|
|RAM Options||8GB-32GB Dual Channel DDR4 at 2666MHz (2 x SoDIMMs)|
|Display Options||15.6-inch UltraSharp 4K Ultra HD (3840×2160) InfinityEdge touch display; 100% minimum Adobe RGB; 1500:1 contrast ratio, anti-reflective|
15.6-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) InfinityEdge display; 100% sRGB, 1200:1 contrast ratio, anti-glare
|Graphics||Intel UHD Graphics 630|
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 with 4GB GDDR5
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050Ti with 4GB GDDR5
|Ports||Thunderbolt 3 with PowerShare, DC-In & DisplayPort (4 lanes of PCI Express Gen 3)|
2x USB 3.1 Gen 1 with PowerShareHDMI 2.0SD card reader (SD, SDHC, SDXC)
Noble lock slot
|Wireless||Killer 1535 802.11ac [2×2] + Bluetooth 4.1|
|Windows Hello||Fingerprint scanner (optional)|
|Battery||56 or 97 WHr|
|Weight||4 lbs(1.8kg) with 56Whr battery, SSD, and non-touch display|
4.5 lbs(2kg) with 97Whr battery, SSD and touch display
|Dimensions||Height: 0.45-0.66″ (11-17mm)|
Depth: 9.27″ (235mm)
The main and new things have this New Dell XPS 15″
Dell XPS 15” 9570 prices you just check on the Amazone we’ve got an aluminum chassis a carbon fiber composite palm rests nice smooth glass trackpad chiclet keyboard and super thin bezels or what Dell call an infinity edge display so what that means is you’re getting a 15.6-inch laptop screen in a chassis in a body that is the same size as a norm 14-inch laptop having a quick look round there’s not a whole lot that’s. Actually, new here the biggest changes include the USB C port which is Thunderball 3 but now supports four-lane PCIe Thunderbolt 3 so full-speed thought about three so you could hook up an external graphics card through a graphic stock if you want We’ve also got a fingerprint reader built into the power button previously it was an optional upgrade on the keyboard which went here which I never really use that much but now it’s built into the power button. So that’s really handy and also the webcam has been moved from about here to here so it’s still a bit of a rubbish location but at least it’s now central and looking up both the nostrils rather than just your left one perfect we’re in so as you can see I have gone for the 4k option now compared to my current XPS 15 which was the full HD model well first of all you can see that there really isn’t much difference in terms of design it is still glossy and that was one of the problems with going for the 4k version of the XPS was it was really reflective but on the New 9570 Dell have added an anti-reflective coating so yes while you still will get some reflections it’s not nearly as bad as it was before so you can go Full HD 4k but really the big news the headline here is what it says on this little label Intel Core i9 8th gen this is one of the first laptops to come with the latest technology.
This is a suitable for your office work?
New Dell XPS full specification is greatest super powerful eye 9 processors we’re talking six cores and a maximum clock speed of 4.8 gigahertz now whether paying extra to get an eye 9 versus an i7 processor is worth it is something that I’ll have to test going forward I don’t know at this point whether it’s really worth it just yet but either way if you go for the i7 all the on line you’re getting a 6-core processor that’s up from 4 cores on the previous generation so we’re looking at a good 4050 percent boost in CPU performance but not only that we also have a new graphics card the 95 70 comes with a GTX 1050 TI versus last year’s 1050 but there’s a caveat this is the last UX because it’s a 1050 TI max q the 10 50 TI max Q is around 10 to 15% less powerful than the normal 1050 TI so coming from the 1050 on last year’s model I don’t think we’re going to see a huge improvement in terms of graphics performance maybe 10 to 20% tops not as significant I think as the CPU upgrade it’s also got a really good range of ports with a full size SD card reader USB 3 and another USB 3 full size HDMI USB C Thunderbolt 3 power and head phone jack and I have to say I am quite glad that Dell stuck with the same keyboard and touchpad as the previous XPS 15 and not the Super shell a maglev keys you get on a two-in-one this XPS continues to have one of the best keyboards and touch pads on any Windows laptop right now it really is a joy to use so how much will this set you back well the entry-level model in the UK will cost you 1300 pounds in the US It’s just $900 but the reason for that is we don’t have the same super entry-level model that you get in the States which comes with a one terabyte hard disk.
Dell XPS 15” 9570 this one is a little bit more expensive it’s the top-of-the-line all-singing all-dancing version with a 4k screen one terabyte SSD the 1050 TI the I 9 processor and 32 gigs of ram this will set you back 2600 pounds or $2,300 again there’s a bit of a price difference but then you have to consider the US you add-on sales tax after that so that is a lot of money high-end MacBook Pro 15 kind of money having said that if you go for the full HD model rather than 4k and let me drop down to the probably better value i7 processor then you’ll save a ton compared to this super high-end version but I can’t wait to give this a proper test really put through its paces and give you guys a full review in the next week or so I’ll be taking it to Computer using it as my daily driver so I can give you a good idea of what it’s like to use and if it really is worthy of an upgrade over the last years of 95/60 let me know what you think of it in the comments below would you consider buying this have you been waiting for it just too expensive and not really the upgrade you want do let me know in the comments below.