Dell Inspiron 13 5000  (Source: Dell)
The PC manufacturer Dell adds new versions to the Inspiron 7000 family of 2-in-1 laptops with the new 8th-generation Core processors

Dell is no longer diverting its time in announcing the update coming to several of its laptops with the most recent Intel Core processors, that were launched last week. The current   8th generation CPU core referred to as “Kaby Lake”, will directly involve a handful of quad core i5 and i7 processor chips. These chips are claimed to perform about 40 percent faster than their predecessors by Intel.

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Dell is revitalizing the Inspiron lineup in particular with new processors, also taking the chance to add to its Inspiron 7000 2-in-1 family. The 7000 2-in-1 family will come in both 13-inch and 15-inch models, that will also have smaller convertible available with optional PCIe NVMe SSD drives and the larger one with the 4K display and Nvidia GeForce 940MX graphics options. The new Inspiron 7000 2-in-1s will go on sale in October for starting prices ranging $879.99 for the 13-inch system while $849.99 for the 15-inch device.

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The Inspiron 13 and 15 5000 convertibles are also refreshed, with prices for the 8th-generation models ranging from $799.99 for those with active pen capabilities and $749.99 for those without the pen capabilities. In addition to the update for the processor, the standard Inspiron 7000 laptops will now have an inclusion of PCIe NVMe SSD options, with the 15-inch laptop getting a UHD display option and 13-inch model receiving optional login via Windows Hello feature and fingerprint reader or an infrared camera.

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lastly, Dell's well received XPS 13 laptop is also getting an upgrade for the 8th generation core processor, which doubles the number of processing cores for the light and thin notebook that will be coming. Although one will pay significantly for these privileges. While the least expensive XPS 13 configuration with 7th generation core processor ranges from $799, while the Kaby Lake configs will cost roughly twice the price, which will be starting at $1399.99.

Sources: Flipboard, Dell

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