XPS 15 7590: Do not expect a June release if you live outside the US
Frank Azor has almost single-handedly hyped the XPS 15 7590 with his drip-feeding of tidbits about the upcoming device. He has confirmed a slew of information before it has hit the shelves, ranging from the positioning of its webcam, to what CPU and GPU options it would feature. More recently, Azor informed his followers that the XPS 15 would be available to order within the next 2-3 weeks.
Specifically, this would mean between June 16 and June 23. Additionally, the XPS 15 7590 will start shipping from that date, with there being no pre-orders. Unfortunately, it has now come to light that the two to three week lead time will only apply to US orders. Dell may start stocking the laptop by June 23 in the UK too, but Azor has not definitively confirmed this. Instead, he stated that the UK will see the XPS 15 7590 "before end of month".
Worse still, Azor thinks it is "not likely" that Dell will start shipping the laptop within Europe by July 5. Hence, it seems that US customers will get the XPS 15 7590 a few weeks earlier than other regions. The laptop will reportedly not suffer from any DPC latency issues like the XPS 15 9570 does, which is a plus. Just the high battery drain when asleep to think about, then?