Dell and HP are buying into the cloud, with a partnership to make their own laptops and monitors available on the web.
They’ve teamed up with Adobe to make the Dell XPS 15 laptop, which was first announced in 2015.
The Dell Xps 15 is now available for preorder through Dell.com, with the same model for $999.
Dell will offer a two-year warranty on the device, which includes a 2-year Dell Connected Home warranty, according to a statement.
The Xps will be available in the US for $1,999, with free shipping on orders over $1.99.
The other model, the HP EliteBook, is priced at $1:3,000.
Dell’s XPS 13 is the latest model in its Elite line of laptops, and is a laptop designed specifically for work.
Dell plans to launch a number of laptops that are powered by the HP Core i5 and Core i7 processors.
The company says that it will be bringing back its popular ThinkPad lineup of notebooks later this year.