Dell is back with the new HP 15 and HP 15 E laptop series.
The HP 15 laptops have been on sale in a couple of states now.
The 15 E is the cheapest of the new range, priced at $7,200, and the 15 E Pro at $9,600.
Both models feature a quad-core 1.7GHz Intel Core i7 processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 graphics card, and a 10.6-inch screen.
The 15 E offers up to 15 hours of battery life, which is a very impressive feat for a laptop.
The 15 Pro is only rated at 9 hours, which means you’re only getting 2 hours of juice.
Both of the laptops come with a 3,500mAh battery, but you’ll need to charge it up with the included USB-C port or a USB-A port.
Both laptops come equipped with Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1050 and 1070 graphics cards, as well as an Intel Iris Pro Graphics 530 GPU, 2x DisplayPort 1.4, a USB Type-C ports, a microSD slot, and an SDXC slot for external storage.
Dell lists these specs at 3,800mAh, so it’s a good choice for most of us, but we’ve seen it listed with a higher capacity before.
The HP 15 15 E has an 8MP front camera, an 8.2MP rear camera, and 802.11ac Wi-Fi with Bluetooth 4.0, and it has a 10W power adapter for wireless charging.
It’s got an optional docking station to charge the laptop on the bottom, but this is not a great option for those of us with a smaller desktop or smaller laptop.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon also comes with a 10-inch display, and Dell lists it at $6,499, but it has an optional 3,000mAh battery.
The X1 is not recommended for most people, as it does not have a built-in battery, and if you have a larger or larger laptop, you may want to consider the Dell XPS 15.
The Lenovo ThinkServer X1 E4 also has a 7MP front-facing camera, a 5MP rear-facing webcam, and 1TB of storage.
It also has an Intel Atom processor, up to 16GB RAM, and up to an Intel HD Graphics 620 graphics card.
Both the Dell laptops have a 15-inch (or 12.5-inch) IPS display, but the 15 15 Pro has a 3K display, while the 15 10 Pro has an IPS panel.
The Dell X1 15 15E is rated at 5,800 to 5,900mAh, which might be more useful for most users, but most people would not want to spend $6k to upgrade their laptop’s battery to that much juice.