With the UltraSharp 4 K Ultra HD monitor (3840 x 2160), you can see every aspect of each pixel without having to zoom in. And with 6 million more pixels than Complete HD and 3 million more than MacBook Pro, you can edit pictures with perfect precision without caring about blurry lines or jagged lines.
Below are its specifications, its unique benefits, its cons, and finally, our verdict on this device.
9th Generation Intel® Core
15.6-inch, 4K UHD (3840 X 2160) OLED, Anti-Reflective, InfinityEdge, Non-Touch, 100% DCI-P3, 350 nits brightness, 100,000:1 contrast ratio
8 GB, 2 x 4 GB, DDR4, 2666 MHz
256 GB, M.2, Gen 3 PCIe x4, NVMe, SSD
Integrated Intel® UHD Graphics 630
NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1650, 4 GB, GDDR5
- Complete durability – Precise cutting from a single aluminum block to a robust, durable frame in a stunning style, Corning Gorilla Glass 4 is twice as immune to harm relative to similar goods.
- The ThunderboltTM 3 multi-use port helps you to power your desktop, link to various computers (including support for up to two 4 K displays) and experience up to 40Gbps data connection, which is 8x faster than USB 3.0. This also features two USB 3.0 slots.
- Dell Thunderbolt Dock offers the perfect operating space for a USB Type-C power and data link at 8X rates higher than USB3.0.
- Lacklustre for gaming
- Low-average battery life
- Poor audio
- OLED just eligible for the most costly setups
The XPS 15 (7590) gets the latest NVIDIA GTX 1650 GPU and an option for 4K OLED. Battery life is good, and this non-gaming laptop is nearly unmatched for raw processing power. However, ordinary audio and an ageing keyboard keep it from being perfect.