Dell $300 ‘Blessed’ Dell XPS 15 review

Dell is finally giving its XPS laptops a blessing.

The company said Monday it will start selling its X95 line of laptops this fall in the U.S. The X95 is a $300 laptop that offers an impressive 1080p display and Intel’s Core i7 processors.

The laptop is Dell’s first laptop with an integrated webcam.

Dell said it was excited to launch the laptop, which is available now for pre-order at Dell.com.

“We’re thrilled to be able to bring this great product to our loyal customers around the world,” said John Bercovici, vice president of product management for the XPS line.

“Dell’s commitment to quality and innovation will continue to drive the success of this new X95 laptop.

Dell is offering this laptop in a variety of configurations to make it the perfect choice for professionals and enthusiasts looking for a new PC for the workday.”

The Dell X95 will be available in 10 models, including the $300 model, starting at $1,499.

It has a 1080p screen, a Core i5-7500U processor, 1TB of RAM, and 8GB of storage.

The price tag also includes a $50 software license.

Dell has yet to offer pricing for the laptop’s optional webcam.

Bercovicia said Dell was targeting the X95 with a $500 price point, which was the company’s initial price for the new XPS laptop.

That model is currently priced at $3,699.

The X95, Dell said, is a premium laptop with a 1080P display and Core i-series processors.

It also has the highest resolution of any laptop with 1080p displays in the $1 million to $5,999 range.

It is not clear whether the new Dell X99 laptop will be in the XP95 line, which includes a 1080, 1,920 and 2560-pixel displays, and is priced at an additional $500.

For Dell, the XPA line includes the $2,299 Dell X55, a notebook with an Intel Core i3-3210M processor, 2TB of DDR3L RAM, a 1TB SSD, and 128GB of eMMC flash storage.

Dell sells the X55 and X55W, but not the X45.

The XPA laptop is available in four colors, including black, white, silver and gold.

The prices of the X65 and XP65 laptops are also changing.

The Dell Z70 laptop is now $1.2 million, while the X85 has a price tag of $1 billion.