Dell’s new computers were leaked by accident!


Dell is one of the first brands that come to mind when it comes to Windows laptops. The Dell XPS 15 and 17 2020 series, which has been coming across with some leaks for some time, was accidentally shared on the official website today. The Dell XPS 15 design and Dell XPS 17 design have become clear!

The new Dell XPS 15 design and XPS 17 design have become clear with accidentally shared visuals!
Dell XPS 15 and XPS 17 models have been coming across with different leaks for a while. Even though there was no official statement, many of his features were beginning to become clear. Today, a Reddit user caught Dell’s listing and removal of these two models on their website. With the leaked screenshots, the XPS 15 and XPS 17 designs have been announced.

The laptops on the right will look like 2020 XPS 15 and XPS 17, while the two below will be added to Dell’s Precision product line. Looking closely at the picture, the laptop on the left has a numeric keypad that XPS models didn’t have in the past. While the Precisions ports are also closer to the front of their chassis, the ports of the XPS 15 and 17 are on the back.

The leaked images are not much different than expected, but it confirms some of the things we are already suspicious of. There is no entry in the images that looks like a Dell-specific power port. This confirms that the device will only be charged via USB-C.

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The 17-inch model, however, shows an SD card slot and speakers that sound upwards on both sides of the keyboard. The keyboard of the 15-inch model looks bigger than the previous one as well as the arrow keys. And both models have a display design that we can call almost frameless.

There is no clear information about when Dell will officially introduce the devices. However, its appearance on the website is thought to indicate that it will be introduced in a short time.


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