|Standing screen display size||13.3 Inches|
|Memory Speed||1866 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics|
|Wireless Type||802.11b, 802.11g|
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Dell XPS 13 9360 Ultrabook Laptop 8th Gen Intel i7-8550U, 13.3" QHD+ WLED touch display, 512GB SSD, 16GB RAM, Windows 10 Home
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|Display Size||13.3 Inches|
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- New 8th Generation Intel Core i7-8550U Processor Processor (8M Cache, up to 4.0 GHz)
- Display 13.3” QHD+ (3200 x 1800) InfinityEdge touch display
- 16GB LPDDR3 1866MHz, 512GB Solid State Drive; No Optical Drive included
- Windows 10 Home 64bit operating system
- No Optical Drive included, silver
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Processor: Intel Core 8th Generation i7-8550U Processor (Quad Core, up to 4.0 GHz, 8M Cache)
OS: Windows 10 Home 64 bit
Display: 13.3 inch QHD+ (3200 x 1800) InfinityEdge TOUCH display
Video: Intel HD Graphics
Audio: Wave Systems Software
Memory: 16GB Memory
Hard Drive: 512GB PCIe NVMe Class 40 Solid State Drive
Connectivity: Killer 1535 802.11ac 2x2 WiFi and Bluetooth 4.1
Webcam: Integrated Webcam and Noise Cancelling Digital Array Mic
Input: Backlit Internal Keyboard
Battery: 60 WHr, 4-Cell Battery
Power: 45W Worldwide AC Adapter & 125V US Power Cord
Chassis: Silver machined aluminum
Ports & Slots: SD card slot, USB 3.0 with PowerShare, Thunderbolt 3 Type C supporting: Power in/charging, PowerShare, Thunderbolt 3 (40Gbps bi-directional), USB 3.1 Gen 2 (10Gbps), USB 3.0
Dimensions: Height: 0.33 – 0.6 inch (9-15mm) Width: 11.98 inch (304mm) Depth: 9.25 inch (235mm)
Weight: Starting at weight: 2.7lbs (1.2 kg) non-touch, 2.9lbs (1.29kg) touch
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I had lots of laptops in my life. Some even went as far as to make it very hard to boot from USB device (I am looking at you YOGA 9xx). This laptop won my heat the moment I saw the crazy amount of options you get in the BIOS. It makes it very easy for you to boot from USB, Thunderbolt 3 hub, even SDCard slot and install Linux. You can even reset the TPM 2.0 Security and have UEFI SMM security, and Secure Boot bios settings work with Linux perfectly to increase protection even further.
The first step is to update the BIOS, and the Firmware from Windows which will fix any hardware bugs you may encounter.
I installed the beta version of Ubuntu 18.04 and out of the box, everything worked just fine (audio, webcam, audio jack, SDCard, etc...). The wifi was not fully understood by Ubuntu so I just replaced the WiFi card with a year old Intel Dual AC card and wow the internet connection is fast and not even once the connection was lost or dropped. The average battery life I get in Ubuntu 18.04 is 9 to 10 hours and the laptop runs very cold (unlike Windows 10 which heats up this laptop slowing it down). I love the new Ubuntu 18.04 touch screen navigation feature, I don't use it as much but cool to show off to others. As a website full stack developer, I find the keyboard very comfortable and easy to adapt to. I am used to ASUS Zenbook keyboard and these ones very closely resembles them. Closing the lid and Ubuntu going to sleep and opening the lid which wakes up the laptop works fine (this is an issue in XPS-15). I tested the Thunderbolt 3 with a Thunderbolt 3 hub and all the components in that dock worked fine. Dock with two 4K display output you will need to install Display link software from their website.
So far I successfully installed Ubuntu 18.04, Fedora 20, Manjaro 18, OpenSuse, and Neon Linux. Good job Dell.
I have purchased Dell XPS 15 later on for my brother and wow it has lots of problems. Installing Linux in XPS 15 is a nightmare. So I recommend this XPS 13 for now.
I have returned this laptop back to the vendor for credit; unfortunately and surprisingly, Amazon did not offer free return shipping, which was quite high by the time insurance for the full price of the laptop was added. A costly experience!
Word of caution:
- I have had to send 3 computers back (purchased 3 in total for various people) because they had various dead-on-arrival problems. One of them had a touchpad that wouldn't work. Another had a screen issue. The third had a battery that wouldn't get past 2 hours sitting idle. Each time Dell quickly replaced the computer and got me ones that are working perfectly. The one I bought from Amazon came in perfect condition. The faulty ones came from Dell directly and Microsoft directly.
For Linux user, I will suggest dual booting between Linux and windows.
Because you will be happy to use DELL's update software to update BIOS.
If you picked up ubuntu 18.04 as your daily usage,
It still needs to tweak when you plugin external screen.
google "hidpi external screen xrandr" to solve the problem.
I did some test.... this baby could even play torchlight II without a problem.
If you tried to build linux kernel. Well, it could end in a reasonable time with -j 4
This one definitely worths your money.