Dell launched XPS 13 with 11th Gen Intel Core processors and Intel Xe graphics. This is the big week of technology launches: the IFA fair is going to give a lot to talk about, and among the upcoming novelties are the new 11th generation Intel Core processors, which are expected to be announced these days and which already have a teaser video officially preliminary presentation.
Intel Xe graphics card is coming
It will take some time to see dedicated graphics that can aspire to compete with the best of AMD and NVIDIA, but it seems that Intel already has the first graphics chips based on that architecture ready.
These chips will be part of its new 11th generation Intel Core processors, that Tiger Lake family in which the firm wants to place its efforts in the coming months.
In a teaser video leaked on Twitter we have been able to see how this new platform is mentioned and seen in action, and they also do it in a laptop that although it does not reveal its brand or model clearly points to being the new Dell XPS 13.
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This is made quite clear by a design in which the carbon fiber surrounding the keyboard and touchpad is once again stand out. The reduced screen frames and the team’s own format seem to confirm the imminent launch of these new models, and at one point you can even see how the Intel Xe Graphics logo, the official badge, appears on one of the team’s stickers. of this first practical end-user implementation of Intel Xe integrated graphics.
It will be interesting to see what Intel Xe and Dell XPS 13 have in store for us in this regard and if these and other improvements – Wi-Fi 6 or Thunderbolt 4, for example, which also appear in the video – will reach other models in the XPS range. It is likely that we will know very soon, and we will be attentive to tell it.