Dell's new XPS Desktop is smaller and more powerful

Today, Dell is introducing its latest XPS Desktop PC. It's designed to be stylish, smaller, and more powerful. The chassis is now 19L, compared to the previous generation's 24L, and it's designed for tool-less access.

The XPS Desktop is part of Nvidia's RTX Studio program, and it comes with up to a GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER GPU; however, there will be AMD Radeon options on the way. CPU options are Intel 10th-generation, all the way up to a Core i9-10900K. All of that is powered by a 500W PSU.

The new XPS Desktop comes in white or black options, and it's available today starting at $649.99.

That's not all though, because Dell is introducing a new color variant of its XPS 15. In fact, this is the first time that there's been a second color variant for the larger model, even though the XPS 13 has had different colors for years. It will be available in Frost machined aluminum with an Arctic White woven glass palm rest. The current XPS 15 costs $1,299.99, and the new color will cost an additional $50 on top of whatever configuration you choose; it will be available this summer.

Dell also introduced some new S-series monitors, including a 32 Curved 4K Monitor (S32221QS), a 27 4K Monitor (S2721QS), and a 27 QHD monitor (S2721DS). For the first time on the S-series, they offer Dell Premium Panel Exchange, which offers a free panel replacement during the Limited Hardware Warranty "even if only one bright pixel is found". All three will be available on August 20, starting at $499.99, $449.99, and $349.99, respectively.

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