Dell’s upcoming ARM PCs hint at a sleeker design and smaller form factor

Sanjana Dhar
Sanjana Dhar May 13, 2024
Updated 2024/05/13 at 4:24 PM

Dell’s upcoming ARM PCs, powered by Qualcomm X Elite processors, hint at a sleeker design and smaller form factor. Dell is all set to launch it in late 2024.

Being one of the first PC makers to announce Qualcomm X Elite-powered PCs, Dell will be coming up with them in the second half of 2024. The new upcoming PCs from Dell have started surfacing on online platforms months before the official launch of the PCs. From these reports and leaks, we have got an approximate idea regarding what to expect from the first set of ARM-based PCs of Dell. Windows Report has gained access to the product images of the upcoming devices, which include the Inspiron 14 7441 Plus, XPS 13 9345 and more.

Speculated features of the ARM PCs

The Dell Inspiron 14 7441 Plus, according to leaks and reports, will not only be packed up with a 16-core Snapdragon X Elite processor but also will run on Windows 11 24H2 . It will also have a new AI Explorer and other AI capabilities. The laptop will supposedly comes with 16 GB of RAM which is non-upgradable.

The design of this machine is inspired by a classic Inspiron with a slightly curved design. The machine will also include a couple of USB-C ports, a USB-A port and a microSD slot, even though it is a thin notebook. It also comes with a dedicated copilot key.


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