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Dell’s edge-to-edge Infinity display just arrived on the XPS 15

By Koh Wanzi - on 5 Jun 2015, 2:08pm

Dell’s edge-to-edge Infinity display just arrived on the XPS 15

Dell's gorgeous Infinity display just made it onto the XPS 15. (Image Source: The Verge)

The Dell XPS 13 was a beauty. First unveiled at CES 2015, its near bezel-less display made the screen look larger than it really was. At Computex 2015, Dell upped the ante on its Infinity display by showing it off on its new XPS 15 laptop.

While there are few other available details at this point, this was part of Microsoft’s showcase of upcoming Windows 10 devices, so we know at least that the laptop will ship with Microsoft's latest operating system.

The current XPS 15 is a great device, but as the new XPS 15 shows, there’s always room for more improvement. Its edge-to-edge display and straight angular lines even manage to make the more rounded edges of the current model look fairly dated.

However, judging by the pictures, the patterned finish around the backlit, chiclet keyboard is something of a fingerprint magnet. It’s unclear if the design is still subject to revision, but this could certainly be one area to improve upon.

The patterned matte finish on the notebook's palm rest area looks like it attracts fingerprints quite easily. (Image Source: The Verge)

With that said, Windows 10 will launch on July 29, so Dell may very well have the XPS 15 ready soon after. Its sleek profile and gorgeous display is a sight to behold, and we can’t wait to get our hands on one. There’s no word on pricing yet, but it’s reasonable to expect that the Infinity display will drive current prices up (the current XPS 15 starts at S$2,699). 

Source: The Verge

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