Dell’s curved monitor line, LG’s TouchWiz, Intel’s Atom, and Dell’s own XPS 13 line are just some of the tech companies touting the new, curved monitors.

Dell’s new curved monitor lineup comes in a variety of sizes, ranging from 14 inches to 20 inches and the company is rolling out two different sizes of curved monitors to consumers: the XPS13 and XPS 15.

The XPS 17 is the biggest and most expensive of the bunch, and comes with a 27 inch display.

That’s a full 1080p screen with a resolution of 2560 x 1440.

The Dell XPS 19 and the Xps 20 are the smallest and lightest, and feature a 13 inch display with a 1920 x 1080 resolution.

The company says that the XS and XS Max models will be the “most affordable” models, and the S and M models will “be the most powerful.”

The Dell XPs 15 and Xps 17 have a curved display, while the XPs 18 and 20 have a standard, 16:9 aspect ratio screen.

The 13 inch XPS models have a 13.5 inch diagonal, while those that come with the 13.3 inch XS model have a 15.6 inch diagonal.

The 18 inch Xps models are also 13.1 inch, while that model comes with 13.7 inch diagonal screen.

Both the 18 inch and the 15.5 inches XPS model come with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti graphics card, while both have the same Core i7 processor.

The XPS 18 and the 16:10 version are both 1080p screens, but the 18 and 17 are 1080p and 5K, respectively.

Both models have an integrated Nvidia graphics card.

Both the Xs and Xs Max models feature a 27.5-inch display, with a 2560×1440 resolution, a 1920×1080 resolution, and a 2580×1490 resolution.

Both come with a Nvidia GeForce GT 640M graphics card and a Nvidia Titan X Pascal graphics card that are both 16GB.

Both have a 1920×1080 resolution.

Both have the integrated Nvidia GeForce graphics.

Both come with 2TB of PCIe 3.0 storage.

Both are 7mm thin.

Both feature an integrated Thunderbolt 3 port.

Both models come with Windows 10, but only the Xp model is going to be sold as a standalone PC.

The 17 comes with Windows 7 Home Premium, but will only be sold in a retail setting.

The 16, 17, and 20 models come preloaded with Windows 8.1, but they won’t be sold separately.

The new curved monitors are just the latest in a line of gaming laptops that Dell has built.

Earlier this year, the company introduced the X2 Pro, which had a 15 inch display and a 1366 x 768 resolution, for $2,999.

The new XPS lines also include a new Xp, Xps 15, and Xp Max models that are also 15.7 inches.

It’s important to note that the new curved panels will be available for $1,999, $2 and $2999, respectively, which is still a steep price.