Dell takes the XPS 15 laptop display to the edge

Along with getting the latest Intel processors, Dell claims the “world’s smallest" title for the 15- and 13-inch models.



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Dell takes the XPS 15 laptop display to the edge
Along with getting the latest Intel processors, Dell claims the “world’s smallest" title for the 15- and 13-inch models with “virtually borderless" displays. READ MORE »
Laura K. Cucullu
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