A new PC case for the XPS 13, including a custom CPU and GPU

The next generation of laptop PCs will likely use some form of custom hardware that’s built around a custom architecture.

It’s a concept that’s already been tried with Intel’s Skylake CPUs, and Intel’s recently announced Skylake-X CPUs will use a custom design.

The XPS line of laptops includes the X13 and X15, and the X12 is the successor to the X15 that also includes a Core i5 CPU, 12GB of RAM, and a 512GB SSD.

However, the new XPS 12 will include the most recent Core i7 and Core i9 processors.

The Core i3 and Core 2 Duo processors on the X10 and X11 will also be supported, but will have a Core 2 Quad processor instead of a Core X processor.

The new X12 will also include a custom graphics card, but it will be Intel’s first custom GPU in a laptop.

It will also have the same graphics as the X11.

As with any new processor, the XX12 will include a graphics controller, and it will support both NVIDIA and AMD’s graphics APIs.

The XX11 will include its own graphics controller.

Both models will have four USB 3.0 ports, two USB 3, two HDMI 2.0, one Ethernet, one DisplayPort, and one SDXC slot.

However the XIX will have only two USB 2.1 ports, and only one Thunderbolt port.

The GPU will be an AMD Radeon R9 290X.

AMD is touting the GPU as being “the fastest graphics card available,” which is definitely true.

The AMD Radeon RX480 is the fastest graphics GPU available at the moment, and is more than $1,000 cheaper than the AMD Radeon HD 8000.

However there are plenty of GPUs that perform better on average than the Radeon R7 300.AMD has also announced the Radeon RX460, which has the same specs as the RX480 but will cost $200 less.

AMD has also said that the Radeon Pro 450 is the most affordable graphics card.AMD also announced that it’s releasing its own Polaris GPU, which is supposed to be the successor of Polaris.

However Polaris isn’t currently available, and AMD has been vague about when it will become available.AMD will also add the Thunderbolt 3.1 port and the HDMI 2 and DVI 2.4 ports to the system, but they’ll be limited to 30-pin and 40-pin configurations.

The system will also come with an external Thunderbolt 3 hub.AMD’s XPS lineup will also offer a new form factor, the 11-inch notebook.

The new X11 is similar to the 11.6-inch model, but only has a touchscreen instead of the traditional trackpad.

The 11-in-1 configuration is similar in appearance to the 14-in.

version, but has a 13.3-inch display instead of 13.5-inches.

The 13-in.-1 configuration comes with a 13-inch screen and a 1366 x 768 resolution, but the 13.7-inch version comes with an 11-point multitouch screen and the 1366-by-768 resolution.

The 13.1-inch X11 and 13.2-in X11 models come with a 1920 x 1080 resolution and will ship in mid-April.

The laptop lineup includes the following specifications:Intel Core i4 processor, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD, Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 GPU, 1TB HDD, HDMI 1.4, USB-C 3.2, Thunderbolt 3, Bluetooth 4.1, 802.11ac, SDXA, 2x USB 3 ports, microSD card reader, 802, and 802.15ac ports.AMD Radeon RX 470 graphics, Radeon RX 460 graphics, AMD Radeon X550 graphics, Nvidia Radeon RX 580 graphics, Intel Core i6 processor, GeForce GTX 1060 graphics, 16GB RAM.NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 graphics, 1 TB HDD, GeForce MX150 graphics, GeForce RX Vega 56 graphics, Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1050 Ti graphics, 12.5 inch display, HDMI 2, DVI 1.3, USB 3 (3.0), USB 2, Thunderbolt port, 802-11ac (802.11a/b/g/n), SDXCA port, and 3x USB 2 ports.

Intel Core M processor, Intel HD Graphics 4000 graphics, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 graphics, 128 GB SSD, Intel Iris Pro Graphics 5200 graphics, Quadro P4000 graphics, 8 GB RAM.

Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 graphics, 256 GB SSD.

Samsung Series 9 SSD, 256GB SSD