Friday, 15 May 2015

Dell XPS 13 2015 Review

The new XPS 13 enters a competitive marketplace. Can its revolutionary Infinity display, lightweight design and fully-loaded component set propel it to the top of the Ultrabook category?

I liked

The XPS's edge-to-edge display differentiates it from all other Ultrabooks. It's difficult to imagine a small form-factor laptop delivering captivating visuals, but that's exactly what the XPS 13 does. By trimming the border surrounding the laptop's display, Dell was able to provide a cinematic viewing experience. Even if you choose to go with the full HD version, rather than the quad HD+ touchscreen upgrade, the edge-to-edge panel will impress you.

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Fortunately, Dell's XPS 13 upgrades include under-the-hood improvements as well as cosmetic ones. This laptop outperformed similar Ultrabooks in almost all benchmarking tests. Although it does run a bit slower, your graphics processing and frame refresh rates will be better than the best Ultrabooks available.

I disliked

Almost all of the XPS 13's defects are superficial. The power button's placement is problematic and may cause accidental misclicks. The new battery life gauge is also badly placed and is more difficult to use than simply checking your desktop. You won't love the speakers, but they won't detract from your listening experience.

Possibly the biggest drawback is the XPS 13's lack of an ethernet port. However, Ultrabooks and ethernet ports are becoming a rarer and rarer combination these days, as more laptop buyers experiment with 2-in-1 laptop/tablet hybrids. I suggest buying the USB/ethernet adapter.


The Dell XPS 13 is a brilliantly-designed laptop that outperforms its competition under the hood. The Infinity Display will cause a ripple effect in laptop design that will drastically improve how users experience their devices.

The good news is for us, the XPS 13 isn't all beauty and no brains. This laptop features the horsepower to make work and play enjoyable, and it has just enough battery life to never leave you in a lurch. No matter whether you choose to upgrade to the touchscreen quad HD+ version, or if you stand pat with the full HD model, the Dell XPS 13 will provide you with a delightful experience for years to come.

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