Is the Dell XPS 15 (7590) available with a touchscreen 4K UHD display?

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Is the Dell XPS 15 (7590) available with a touchscreen 4K UHD display?

Best answer: Yes, but it's not listed in the United States. The Dell XPS 15 (7590) has a touch version, but it's not on Dell's website in the United States. Some international outlets still have the touch version in stock.Old but still good: Dell XPS 15 (7590) (without touchscreen) (From $1,715 at Dell)

Getting in touch

The Dell XPS 15 has several display configurations, but certain ones can be difficult to find as the 7590 is an older model. You can grab a less expensive version of the XPS 15 (7590) with a 1920x1080 screen, but if you want the best picture quality, you'll want a 4K UHD (3840x2160) version.

The display of the XPS 15 is 15.6 inches, has relatively small bezels, and is a very nice display. It's also anti-reflective, which helps you see the contents of your screen even in sunlight. Unfortunately, there isn't a touch version of the XPS 15 (7590) on Dell's website in the United States. Dell UK lists one, but it appears as if Dell no longer keeps them in stock in the United States.

There used to be a touch display option that cost an additional $50, but Dell's website in the United States doesn't list that option anymore. You might be able to find one from another retailer, but they don't seem readily available.

Check out the latest model

Before you consider grabbing the XPS 15 (7590) with or without touch, make sure to check out the XPS 15 (9500) that we recently reviewed. It's a significant refresh of the XPS 15 line and includes a new display with thin bezels and improved internals.

The new XPS 15 (9500) has multiple options with a UHD+ (3840 x 2400) display with touch support. The display is also anti-reflective and can reach a brightness of 500 nits. The cheapest new XPS 15 (9500) with touch support starts at $1,470.

If you want to save some money or touch isn't that important to you, the older XPS 15 (7590) is still a solid laptop.

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