12 Sep Dell XPS 13 Review
Dell first launched the XPS 13 laptop series back in 2015. It was showered with overwhelmingly positive reviews as the notebook stood out from the crowd. This renown was mainly due to the unique display design it pioneered. Users were amazed by the fact that its 13-inch screen nearly filled the entire laptop lid. The additional inches served the brand well as it gave the users significantly more space to work with.
Of course, other laptop manufacturers have since made use of this screen design, with Lenovo leading the charge. However, Dell fans can rest assured that the new generation XPS 13 has not lost any of the original’s magic and remains a clear favorite among PC users due to its overall greatness.
Aside from its edge-to-edge design, the latest iteration of the XPS13 also has the latest seventh-generation Intel Kaby Lake processors. It also makes use of a Thunderbolt 3 port. It would also please users to know that the notebook allows users to handle their power, Ethernet, as well as their audio and video connections from a single cord just as long as you have a dock or an adapter. Its fantastic keyboard is also another memorable feature as it gives users a perfectly ergonomic typing experience.
Of course, we are not saying that this laptop is not without flaws. It certainly has a couple of notable drawbacks with its awkwardly placed webcam being the worst of it.
All in all, the new Dell XPS 13 keeps everything good about the previous model and builds upon it further.