The Featured of new Dell XPS 13 is a sleek design, a lightweight
chassis and a revolutionary display that will force manufacturers to
rethink how they build laptops.
Although the XPS 13 warrants mention in the best Ultrabook
conversation, Dell’s new model has several worthy competitors.
Dell built the palmrest and backlit chiclet keyboard’s casing in an
exquisite carbon fiber. the XPS’s palmrest doesn’t get overheated or
sweaty. The XPS 13 doesn’t only offer less space along its borders –
it’s less spacious in general. It’s only 0.6 inches (15mm) tall, 11.98
inches wide, and 7.88 (200mm) long.
Design and Features:
Price as reviewed : $899
Display size/resolution : 13.3-inch 1,920 x 1,080 screen
PC CPU : 2.2GHz Intel Core i5-5200U
PC memory: 4GB DDR3 SDRAM 1600MHz
Graphics : 2,000MB (shared) Intel HD Graphics 5500
Storage: 128GB SSD
Optical drive: None
Networking: 802.11ac wireless, Bluetooth 4.0
Operating system: Windows 8.1 (64-bit)
Battery life is very good impact of lower-end version of the XPS 13.
this 1,920×1,080-pixel version, without a touchscreen, ran for 12
hours and 6 minutes, which is a very impressive score. In any event,
this is as close to an all-day, travel-ready laptop as you’re going to
find without switching to an OS X system.
Battery life is also strong thanks to a 52-watt-hour battery and the
efficiency of Intel’s latest processors. In the Peacekeeper battery
benchmark, the XPS 13 lasted nine hours and 25 minutes. That’s about
an hour and a half longer than the old Dell XPS 13, which already had
incredible battery life.
Dell’s XPS 13 It’s always a good compact and well-built, with a
gorgeous screen, fast performance and surprisingly good audio quality.
The speakers could be louder, the glossy display can be distracting in
Display, keyboard, touchpad, performance, weight, battery life, size;
in all these areas and more the XPS 13 excels.
It’s so good, in fact, that it arguably steals the portable laptop
crown away from Apple, which has held it firmly since the release of
the MacBook Pro 13 with Retina. Dell’s new XPS is lighter, quicker and
offers better pixel density. It even has a roughly equal touchpad,
though it obviously doesn’t support the advanced gestures found only
in OS X.