Large, 15-inch two-in-ones can be unwieldy devices, but that isn't stopping manufacturers from making them. Dell unveiled the new XPS 15 convertible at CES, complete with a design that resembles the original 15-inch XPS laptop while including upgraded processors and graphics chips. The new XPS also has a stylus that works with the device's touchscreen.
Dell didn't radically change the design of the bigger XPS, but it did manage to stuff a lot of power into its 16mm-thick, 4.3-pound frame. Inside are 8th-generation Intel CPUs, and each model comes with Radeon RX Vega M GL graphics with 4GB of high bandwidth memory. The XPS 15 laptop has an optional Nvidia GPU (Intel HD Graphics 630 comes standard), so the new convertible is a better option if you want discrete graphics in a default configuration. The XPS 15 convertible will also support up to 16GB of RAM and up to 1TB SSD.