Dell XPS 15(9560) is here: Should you upgrade?

The new XPS 15 is now available for sell from Dell, but you might be wondering is there anything more special than the XPS 15 9550 that I should upgrade or anything better than other windows that I should consider buying it. So, let's have a look.
While there isn't any physical outwards changes but there are some refined harware specs like it includes latest Kaby Lake processors and ofcourse a brand new GPU, the new NVIDIA GTX 1050 GPU.
Now, talking about Kaby Lake processors, these aren't a huge upgrade over the 6th generation Skylake processor, but they sure are better in performance, power efficiency, and integrated graphics power. If you are going with the 4K display, these handles 4K videos more efficiently.

Specs Overview : The new Dell XPS comes in three variants in terms of processor and these are :

It comes with 8 / 16 / 32GB DDR4 RAM at 2400 MHz and equipped with Intel HD Graphics 630 & NVIDIA GTX 1050 with 4GB GDDR5. Display size is 15.6 inch with 1080p non-touch or 4K touch.
Storage also comes in three variants :


If you want memory more than 16GB you can grab XPS 15 9560 which comes up to 32GB of DDR4 clocked at 2400 MHz. Battery is also beefed up to 97WHr on 9560, which helps when you are always on the go. Last thing but not the least, it comes with Windows Hello which is compatible with fingerprint reader and lets you sign in with bio-authentication which was missing in XPS 9550. As of now, both the models are available for sale on the Dell store with the same pricing between $999 to $2500, depending on the configuration.