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The The XPS 15 is still loud, still hot, and still good. It is not as powerful, and it is not as efficient as the 16-inch MacBook Pro. But when it comes to the combination of power, build quality, and portability, the Dell XPS 15 is the closest Windows-r...
Great keyboard and touchpad, 16:10 OLED touchscreen, Excellent XPS build
Loud and hot, Bad battery life, Ports won't work for everyone, Noisy webcam
One thing can be said for sure – the XPS 15 is extremely consistent year on year, not only in its looks but when it comes to performance. It comes with very potent hardware, and upgrade options, that the MacBooks can only dream of. Unfortunately, it was t...
Strong body build of carbon fiber and aluminum, Virtually bezel-less screen, 465 nits maximum brightness, 100% sRGB coverage (96% DCI-P3) (Sharp 90T02-LQ156R1 (SHP14D0)), Thin and light, Easy upgrade and maintenance, Great keyboard, touchpad, and speakers...
Weird cooling policy prioritizing comfort over performance, Pricey, Not very color accurate display (Sharp 90T02-LQ156R1 (SHP14D0))
Dell XPS 15 9510 review: Come for the screen, stay for everything else...
The latest version of Dell's XPS 15 (9510) is not a drastic departure from last year's model (9500). In terms of the physical design it is actually no different at all, which is not a bad thing. Last year saw Dell tweak the XPS 15's composition with a han...
Most people buying a laptop these days will get by just fine with a 13- or 14-inch thin-and-light PC like the Dell XPS 13 or Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Carbon. These laptops have reasonably powerful processors and integrated graphics that are good enough for an...
all-around performance while keeping heat under control, Thin and light for the size and performance, Comfortable keyboard and trackpad, Decent, if lightly underwhelming, webcam and speaker quality
Tops out at a GeForce RTX 3050 Ti, which limits its potential as a gaming laptop, White version's white-backlight-with-white-keys looks muddy in most light, and its wrist rest is harder to the touch and less comfortable than the black version's, Limited n...
The Dell XPS 15 (9510)'s OLED screen is bright and vivid, complimenting a laptop with strong performance and slim bezels. Thescreen upgrade does, however, shorten battery life...
Bright 16:10 OLED display, Slim bezels, Strong performance, Great adio,
Middling webcam, Runs warm, OLED shortens battery life
Dell's XPS 15 OLED has a striking ultra-thin chassis with outstanding performance, powerful speakers and a massive touchpad. It's the ultimate 15-inch laptop for those willing to trade battery life for a mesmerizing 3.5K OLED display...
Breathtaking 3.5K OLED display, Supercharged performance, Slim, premium chassis, Massive touchpad and spacious keyboard, Great speakers, SD card slot and Thunderbolt 4 inputs
Below-average battery life, Heavier than some competitors, No USB Type-A
All in all, the Dell XPS 15 OLED is a great machine that effectively straddles the line between sleek ultraportable and beefy gaming laptop. I wish the price wasn’t quite so steep, but at least when you shell out the requisite $2k+ to get the OLED upgrade...