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The Dell XPS 15 Laptop is powerful, light and features an outstanding 17-battery life.Thanks to the 15.6 inch virtually borderless InfinityEdge display, the XPS 15 is perfectly portable and lightweight at just 1.78kg, slipping easily into your bag for first-class computing on the move.
Treat your eyes to movies, video, websites and more in full HD (1920x1080) resolution, with 2Gb NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 960M dedicated graphics ensuring beautifully detailed and smooth, lag-free movement.
With a sturdy chassis cut from a single block of aluminium, it looks good and is can handle the bangs and knocks that sometimes come with life on the go.
A powerful 7th Generation Intel® Core™ i7 processor and 16Gb RAM offer speed and reliability, while a 512Gb Solid State Drive provides plenty of storage space as well as a super-fast boot-up time that lets you get straight on with whatever you need to do.
The built-in webcam and microphone are ideal for video chats, while the Windows 10 operating system keeps everything you love at your fingertips, including apps, photos, music and contacts. A backlit keyboard also illuminates your keys so you can stay productive in low-light rooms.
Waves MaxxAudio® Pro gives you excellent sound for movies and music, as well as giving you a natural voice interaction experience with your own personal digital assistant: Cortana.
Due to the slim and lightweight design of this laptop an optical disc drive is not a feature. High-speed USB input/output ports remove the need for discs, with most media content now available online.