Latest Dell XPS 15 9575 BIOS update comes with a trackpad bug
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The Dell XPS 15 9575 convertible has been around for a few months and now it looks like the time has come for some new problems to hit it. Thankfully, the problem seems to be caused by the latest BIOS update and not by a hardware flaw. Even better, this is a rather minor issue, although a trackpad that seems to have a will of its own can be extremely annoying sometimes.
This is how Twitter user Rafeal A described the problem when he asked for Frank Azor's help earlier this week: "I have been experiencing a really buggy track pad since the last bios. It stops working or starts clicking stuff on its own. its goes on for a couple minutes." For now, Frank Azor simply forwarded the problem to Dell's customer support, so we should hear more about it soon.
Those on a tight budget but interested in grabbing the Dell XPS 15 9575 now can choose to go with the affordable US$1,299.99 model (Intel Core i5-8305G, 8 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD, full HD touchscreen), which is currently discounted to US$1,249.99. On the other hand, the more pretentious ones can go up to US$2,049.99 (a rather small US$10 discount for the Intel Core i7-8705G, 16 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD, 4K Ultra HD touchscreen model).
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Frank Azor (on Twitter)