New details have surfaced showing off what the 2015 version of Dell's XPS 15 line may be packing when it makes its debut. According to the report, which is very similar to what was reported late last week, there will be two versions of the computer, both of which will feature a new Infinity Edge touch screen that is said to have a resolution of 3840x2160 pixels and will be produced by Sharp. The computer will also come in a 1080p non-touch variant at a later date.
Inside, the 2015 Dell XPS 15 is said to have Intel's Skylake quad-core processors partnered with Nvidia's GeForce GTX 960M graphics card. The top model with have 16GB of RAM, and a SSD of up to 512GB. Additionally, it will have all of the standard goodies you usually find, USB 3.0 ports, HDMI output, full SD card reader, Bluetooth 4.1 and much more. The top of the line model is said to run around $2200, though no additional information was provided about the other configurations.
Perhaps the best news is the weight which reportedly comes in at just 1.7 kg (3.7 lbs). That is definitely on the low side for a 15-inch laptop these days.