Dell XPS13 13.3-Inch FHD IPS Infinity Borderless Display Laptop, (Intel Core i5-6200U, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD, Backlit Keyboard, Windows 10)
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- Intel Core i5-6200U 2.30 GHz with Turbo Boost Technology up to 2.80 GHz, Intel HD Graphics 520 Mini DisplayPort
- 8GB DDR3L-RS 1600 MHz Memory, 128GB SSD, 2 USB 3.0, 1 USB 3.1 Type-C with Thunderbolt, Waves MaxxAudio 3, No Optical Drive
- 13.3 inch Full HD IPS (1920 x 1080) Infinity-Edge Borderless Display, Webcam, 52 WHr 4-cell Battery(up to 11 hours battery life)
- 802.11ac Gigabit Wifi (Miarcast enabled), Bluetooth 4.1, Backlit Keyboard, 3-in-1 card reader (SD/SDHC/SDXC)
- Windows 10 Home 64bit, Weighs only 2.61 lbs, Measures 0.33-0.60 inch thin, Silver
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|RAM Size||8 GB||8 GB||8 GB||4 GB||16 GB||8 GB|
|Processor Speed||2.3 GHz||2.5 GHz||2.3 GHz||2.2 GHz||2.6 GHz||2.3 GHz|
|Display Resolution Maximum||1920x1080||1920 x 1080 pixels||3200 x 1800 pixels||1920 x 1080||2560 x 1440 pixels||1920 x 1080|
|Screen Size||13.3 in||13.3 in||13.3 in||13.3 in||14 in||13.3 in|
|Hard-Drive Size||128 GB||256 GB||256 GB||128 GB||512 GB||128 GB|
|Item Dimensions||7.87 x 11.97 x 0.35 in||12.7 x 8.7 x 0.5 in||7.88 x 11.98 x 0.6 in||7.8 x 11.9 x 0.5 in||9.02 x 13.11 x 0.65 in||7.87 x 11.97 x 0.35 in|
|Item Weight||2.86 lbs||2.6 lbs||2.8 lbs||2.6 lbs||2.58 lbs||2.86 lbs|
|Operating System||Windows 10||Windows 10||Windows 10||Windows 8;||Windows 7 Professional||Windows 10|
|RAM Type||DDR3 SDRAM||DDR3 SDRAM||Unknown||DDR3 SDRAM||DDR3 SDRAM||DDR3 SDRAM|
|Wireless Compability||Bluetooth, 802.11 A/C||802.11 A/C||802.11 A/C||802.11A, Bluetooth||802.11G, 802.11n, 802.11B||802.11bgn, 802.11abg|
Full HD glory
Every little detail comes to life on the XPS 13's Full HD screen. Its 1920 x 1080 resolution delivers twice as many pixels as standard HD (720p) for beautiful clarity no matter what you're looking at. It's perfect for kicking back with some entertainment or leaning in for precise photo and video edits.
Solid as a rock
Premium craftsmanship and design make this laptop a real head-turner. Its all-aluminum body is strong, durable, and stylish, while its carbon-fiber base is tough and thin like aluminum but cooler to the touch. And since it's ultra-thin and weighs just 2.6 pounds, it's a breeze to carry wherever you're headed.
Leave your charger at home. With an industry-best 15 hours* of battery life, the XPS 13 keeps you powered up for full days of work and long nights of play.
Signature Edition PCs
Exclusive to Microsoft Store, Signature Edition PCs are tuned for fast performance from the second you turn them on. They include free anti-virus software that never expires and have no junkware or trialware, ensuring that your new PC is always clean, fast, and protected.
5th Gen Intel Core i5 processor
The powerful fifth-generation Intel Core i5 processor is 30% more efficient than previous models and uses less power while enabling much longer battery life. And with smart features like Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 and Intel Hyper-Threading Technology, you get full processing power exactly where and when you need it.
Top customer reviews
-FAST: Ridiculously fast boot-up and response with 8G of RAM. Nothing worse than a slow computer
-SLEEK: Thin, relatively light, high quality construction, excellent back-lit keyboard with those "flat-pitched" keys
-AMAZING BATTERY LIFE: You can leave your charger at home as the battery life on this is unreal. I laugh at these people at Starbucks scrambling to find an outlet and tripping over the cord.
-HD SCREEN: The screen quality and sharpness of black/white text is unbelievable.
In short, this is an outstanding product, and I'm fussy. It worked beautifully out of the box. Highly recommended.
I did as most people do when looking to purchase an expensive item...a lot of research. I was looking for something that I can take with me when I travel around Europe, would have enough battery life to not have to plug in while working in a public spot, and something that can just handle a bit of multi-tasking and simple work. I started off looking at Chromebooks, but after using one for a while in school (HS teacher), I was not a fan. I moved on to the $300-400 price range, looking for a possible 2 in 1 that wouldn't break the bank. After reading about the not so great reviews for laptops in that price range, I finally decided to push my budget to anything under $1000. I figure that my current laptop (Dell Inspiron 15 purchased in 2010) is getting a bit heavy, so I might as well splurge for something nice! Enter ultrabooks.
After many, many hours of research, I narrowed my list down to the following: Razor Blade Stealth (999), HP Envy (660), ASUS Zenbook UX303 or UX305 (799), Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro 2-in-1 13 inch (1000), and Dell XPS 13 (792).
Disclaimer: I'm not anti-Apple products, as I owned an iPhone a while back, but I'm not willing to spend the money on a name when it comes to computers. If I was a graphic designer or sound editor, I would definitely consider Apple, but I don't have the need for their specialty software/programs, so they weren't really on my radar. Also, as I mentioned, I have a Dell laptop from 2010, and I have never had any issues, which made me partial to Dell.
With all of this in mind, I went to the local Microsoft store and went to work. I had seen many video reviews and knew what I was looking for. Basically, I wanted something with SSD, Windows OS, no bigger than 13" screen, no heavier than 3 lbs, long battery life (8 or more hours), and at least an Intel i5 processor. If you have a Microsoft store near you, I highly recommend you try these products out before buying.
Long story short, from my experience at the Microsoft store, I came to the conclusion that all of these are extremely similar in terms of screens and specs and aspects etc etc. It really comes down to what you prefer and which company you like most. I would honestly say that I would be willing to buy any of the aforementioned laptops, with the exception of the HP (the speakers to me were unimpressive and the trackpad had no space between the top of it and the space bar). Razor is neat and reliable, Lenovo has the best speakers in my opinion and can go into tablet mode, ASUS is a very reliable machine, and the Dell is always impressive.
To specify what product I have: 2016 Newest Dell XPS 13 High Performance Laptop with 13.3" FHD Infinity Borderless Display, Intel Core i5-6200U Processor, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 11 hours battery life, Backlit Keyboard, Windows 10 for $792 (May 8, 2016). (Non-touch screen)
I've only had this computer for a week, but I couldn't be happier with my purchase. It is incredible impressive looking, slim, light, incredibly long battery life, great keyboard layout/response (I don't really use the backlight for the keyboard, but it's there), and the infinity display is truly amazing.
I have yet to experience anything negative about this computer. The keyboard is easy to adjust to, Windows 10 runs smoothly, I updated the drivers that needed updating (only a few), and it works like a charm. I admit that the barely visible bezel is a masterpiece. The laptop feels very sturdy and is smooth all around. I have never had problems with Dell trackpads, and this is no different. Easily adjustable and many different options for various clicks (3 at a time brings up cortana, 4 brings up the message center, to name a couple...but these too are adjustable).
I don't have much more to write because I have only owned it for a week, but I have yet to experience anything negative as I said. If you're looking for an ultrabook and not trying to break the bank, this fits the bill. I was surprised that I was able to get it for $793 from Amazon since it starts at $899 at Dell.com. I would be happy to answer any questions as I know that there are only a few reviews on this product at the moment. Hope this helps!
90+ Day Updated Review: I stand by everything I said in my initial review. I know this might sound a little cheesy or weird, but I sometimes smile while using my laptop because it's such a nice piece of technology and am proud to own it. The battery life is incredibly long, and it takes less than 2 hours to charge. The keyboard has the perfect striking distance/touch to it, and the track pad is fantastic. Overall, it is just so easy to use. I would recommend this laptop to anyone looking to get the most bang for their buck. My friend uses a Macbook Air that was $100 more than mine, and they're roughly the same size, except hers only has a port for the charging cable while this one has way more than that, including 2 full size usb ports. I truly have no complaints with this machine.
There is no competition here. the XPS13 blows away the macbook in performance AND size. The price difference of over $2,000 is just appalling to me now that I tried them side by side. Yes the macbook does have a finer finish but just barely - it's not a land slide.
So who gets a macbook pro over an XPS15 or XPS13? The person who needs to be seen as trendy. The person who needs to wear a certain brand of clothes or shoes. or the person who absolutely positively needs mac OS for some reason (This is the only valid reason i'll allow).
It's really as simple as that.
I bought it from MASTERTRONICS, I ordered the 128GB 8GB RAM i5-6200U version. I did not receive this. Instead, they sent me the i5-6200U version with 256GB instead of 128GB of storage, which I don't mind at all, I love it, but I assume it was a mistake by them because it was cheaper than other offers for the 256GB model (i payed about $950). The reasons I don't give this product five stars are the following: You cannot open it with one hand, I would have liked a mold like the MacBooks or other laptops have, it does make this whole laptop seem a bit unbalanced because you need two hands to open it. The second reason doesn't have anything to do with the product itself, but with MASTERTRONICS. Although their customer service was great, the fact that they sent me the (although I profited from it) wrong model doesn't speak for their logistics. Also, the XPS 13 didn't came in its original box, or with its actual charger, they sent me a cheaper one (still from Dell, works as it should but the Dell charger it normally comes with is way more premium). Because of that I would give the consumer experience as a whole four stars.
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