The Dell Pro 15-incher is the only laptop in the world to have an Intel Atom X5100 processor, a 13-inch 1080p IPS display and a 1TB hard drive, according to the company.
The laptop was released in the United States earlier this year and is one of the first Dell laptops to support Thunderbolt 3.
The company says the laptop can also be configured with a 13.3-inch Intel Core i7 processor and a 128GB solid-state drive for a total of 256GB of storage.
Dell also offers a 1366×768 display, but you’ll need a DisplayPort to get a 1920×1080 display on the screen, so you can’t connect a monitor to it.
The Dell laptop also supports USB-C 3.0 and supports HDMI 2.0, but its graphics card doesn’t support it.
A laptop with a full-sized Thunderbolt 3 port, like the Dell XPS 15, would work well as well, but the laptop doesn’t have a full Thunderbolt 3 capability, so that’s a separate matter.
Dell says the Pro 15’s screen is brighter and has a higher refresh rate than other laptops that have Thunderbolt 3 ports.
The screen is also a bit wider, but that’s probably because the screen is connected to the computer through an HDMI port, which is a larger, more powerful port than the one found on other laptops.
Dell said the laptop supports a 3.5mm headphone jack, which isn’t available on most laptops that don’t have Thunderbolt 2 ports.
But if you’re planning on using a PC with a 3D display, you’ll want a Thunderbolt 3 device.
The new laptop is priced at $1,499, which works out to around $100 more than a Dell Xps 15.
That’s $150 more than the new XPS 13 with a 1 TB hard drive.
However, that price includes the optional 1 TB HDD, which would be more than double what you’d pay for a 2TB drive.
Dell offers a 10-hour battery life for the Pro.
The 10-inch Dell Xpro 13 is the most expensive laptop you can buy today, but it comes with an optional SSD that is about twice as fast as the SSD on the Dell 15-in-1.
But Dell says it’s only going to last for 10 hours on a charge, so if you plan on using it for a long time, it might be worth investing in the optional SSD.
The 11-inch MacBook Pro 15 has a 13th-generation Intel Core m3 processor, up from a 13 in-line CPU from the previous generation.
That processor has 2 GB of LPDDR4 RAM and a 3200 RPM, 2 TB SSD.
It also has Intel Iris Graphics 540, a new graphics processing architecture that has the power to handle up to 64GB of virtual and physical graphics cards.
The MacBook Pro is also one of only a handful of laptops that can be configured to run Microsoft Office 365 Pro, which allows users to access Microsoft Office documents from a single PC.
That means you can use the laptop to work on documents with Microsoft Office, share them with family and friends, or even share them on Skype.
You can also access Office apps and services from a Mac, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and OneDrive, and it has a built-in camera.
The 12.9-inch, 13.2-inch and 13.5-inch Macbook Pro 13, which we reviewed last year, is now the only MacBook Pro laptop that has a Thunderbolt 2 port, but those ports can only work with Thunderbolt 3 devices, so there’s no option for a USB-A port.
The 13.9 inch MacBook Pro 13 has a faster Intel Core M3 processor than the MacBook Pro 12, but Intel says that the chip has an “ultra-fast” TDP of just 2.4W.
It has a 4GB of LPGDR3 RAM, but is only able to handle 16GB of RAM, so it’s not going to work well with larger memory cards.
Apple says the new 13-inchers are also available with optional Intel Iris Pro Graphics 530 graphics.
Dell has also launched the 13.1-inch iPad Pro with a quad-core Core i5 processor and 12GB of DDR4 RAM, which comes with a 2 TB hard disk drive.
That model, however, only supports the Thunderbolt 3 connection.
If you want a laptop with Thunderbolt 2 support, you might want to look elsewhere.
Dell’s 15-series laptops have Thunderbolt ports, but they are not included with the models sold by other manufacturers.
They do have a 2.5D-array display, and a Display Port connector.
You also can get the Dell laptops with Thunderbolt ports with the Dell Inspiron 15-and 15-plus.
Dell lists a 14-inch Core i9-6500