Dell XPS 13 unboxing with Intel Tiger Lake, Iris Xe, and Thunderbolt 4

Announced a month ago, Dell's XPS 13 is here. Unlike the XPS 13 2-in-1 that came alongside it, this PC is purely a spec bump, but it's an exciting spec bump. It includes Intel's 11th-generation 'Tiger Lake' processors, and this is the first production machine that I've used with the new CPUs.

Tiger Lake is Intel's second-generation 10nm family, and the company is once again jacking up the graphics power. It now comes with the firm's Iris Xe graphics, and it says that you shouldn't have a problem with 1080p gaming on an ultrabook now. It's really impressive when you think about it. The XPS 13 has such a tiny footprint, and now it has so much more power than it used to.

There are other perks of Tiger Lake too. The two USB Type-C ports are Thunderbolt 4 now. That means that each port can support dual 4K displays if you want, or you can use them to plug in an external GPU and more. Tiger Lake also brings faster memory.

Check out the unboxing video below:

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