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Dell XPS 15 7590 2019 SPECIFICATIONS Some spec title
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Dell XPS 15 7590 2019 pros and cons
Dell XPS 15 7590 2019 written reviews
Dell’s iconic XPS 15 is getting a spec bump for 2019 with a new option for 4K OLED (non-touch), NVIDIA GTX 1650 for graphics, and new 9th gen Intel processors including up to an eight-core Core i9 CPU for ultimate power. The huge 97WHr battery remains to make sure you get all-day battery life. Look for the refreshed XPS 15 coming in June 2019.
Even at the entry level price, the XPS 15 7590 is an expensive laptop. Boost the configuration with an OLED screen, plus plenty of RAM and SSD storage, and you’re looking at a serious price tag. For that money, we think Dell should provide more connectivity options, and might also reconsider the chunky power brick with its tiny round-pin connector. It’s a bit much to carry that as well as 1.8kg of laptop.
Still, if you can afford the specifications you want, you’ll get a powerful laptop with a superb screen, plenty of internal storage, good battery life and a very robust design.
The new Dell XPS 15 with Core i9 processor is the best video-editing laptop I’ve ever tested. It’s not even close. The combination of a beautiful OLED screen and eight cores of processing power make it a delight for content creators. Many laptops claim to focus on creators but fall short. Dell has delivered on its promise.
With much-improved GPU performance and a sensible webcam location, the XPS 15 7590 makes a case for itself against competitors like the ThinkPad X1 Extreme or P1 with its good looks and lower price. However, due to quality-control issues and technology limitations, the OLED display is somewhat less compelling than the FHD and UHD IPS options, in my opinion.
The Core i9-9980HK and GTX 1650 configuration performs faster than last year’s Core i9-8950H and GTX 1050 Ti Max-Q configuration, but the deltas are minor and not as wide as they could have been. These unlocked Core i9 options just don’t work that well for the current iteration of the XPS 15 chassis. The most compelling feature of the 7590 series is not the CPU or GPU update, but the introduction of an OLED option.