The ideal Windows laptop is very hard to find but the new XPS 13 ticks most boxes. It has a 13-inch display with a very slim bezel, the aluminium shell with a carbon fibre-style interior looks pretty darn good, there's a new Intel Broadwell Core i5 under the hood, and battery life is rated at up to 15 hours. The XPS 13 is a return to form for Dell in a big way.
I hope that other laptop makers follow Dell’s lead here. Apple has made a good start with its new 12-inch MacBook, and I think it’s time the industry stops obsessing over touchscreens and focuses on some raw laptop innovation. My MacBook Air is gathering dust thanks to the XPS 13, and I have no plans to switch back.
The Dell XPS 13 9343 stands as a shining beacon of hope in the world of Windows laptops, a compact laptop that outdoes the obvious competition in some key respects like screen quality and near-borderless display. Here is a 13.3-inch laptop that takes up little more space than an 11.6-inch model. Poor thermal management needs to be improved, while a non-touchscreen version could answer other outstanding issues.
With a beautiful display, great performance and big battery life, the Dell XPS 13 just set the bar really high for all other Windows laptops.
Dell's XPS13 shoehorns a 13.3-inch monitor into the body of an 11-inch laptop.
Other than an update to the touchpad, there's very little we would change about Dell's redesigned XPS 13: It's compact and well-built, with a gorgeous screen, fast performance and surprisingly good audio quality. You'll pay dearly to get it with a touchscreen, but even then, it's priced in line with other flagship Ultrabooks -- and in some ways it's a better choice, too.
This new Dell XPS 13 is the first great laptop of 2015, but it owes that title more to a smart design revamp than Intel's new processors.
Dell has hit a homerun with the 2015 XPS 13: it's incredibly small and light yet it packs a bright and lovely set of display options along with extremely good battery life. It's as compact and light as the MS Surface Pro 3 with Type Cover
The Dell XPS 13 ends up being responsive, small, light, and well built. Dell has crafted what I am sure most people were hoping for when the original Ultrabook specification was announced. On top of that, they have designed a laptop with class-leading battery life, and plenty of choice to let people buy as little or as much as they need.
For $800, maybe $900? Yes. Yes. Absolutely. If you want a high-quality ultraportable Windows laptop at an incredible price, this is the one to get. If you want a MacBook Air running Windows, this is the closest we've ever come. Say you buy the $800 model with the $100 battery. Now you've got more battery life than the 13-inch MacBook Air, and you're still paying less than the $1,200 that Apple wants.
Lisa Gade reviews the new 2015 Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook. We look at the $899 Core i5 full HD non-touch model in this review. The XPS 13 has a 13.3” display and a full size keyboard yet it's closer in size to an 11.6″ or 12” laptop. It weighs 2.6 lbs...
Although having a Core i7, QHD+ Touch display, 8 GB of RAM and more storage is excellent, I do not feel as compelled to buy one for my needs. Considering that machine is surely going to get less battery life, you do have to consider your options wisely. The 1080P Infinity Display and 5th generation Core i5 though is already a winner but let's see how it holds up.
Dell took the wraps off a fresh, new revamp of their popular XPS 13 ultrabook line, out at CES in Las Vegas last week. The new machine was widely considered best-of-show for core computing products and racked-up awards left and right from major...
hiermit ist, dass das Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook das beste Notebook in 2015 bisher ist. Wir sind tatsächlich erst in der vierten Kalenderwoche, aber in den nächsten Monaten erwarten wir nicht allzu viele Updates von anderen Unternehmen. Erst zum Sommer auf...