16 GBs of RAM, Intel Core i7 processor, Solid state drive
Heavier for a laptop, Expensive
For long, Dell’s XPS lineup has been the benchmark to beat in the laptop category and the range is revered as the go-to choice for anyone who wants a premium Windows machine. To that note, the company’s latest XPS 15 9500 carries forward the lineup’s legacy and offers what is in my books, the best Windows experience. Of course, the laptop’s price isn’t for the faint-hearted so in this review, let’s take a look at whether the excellently-specced Dell XPS 15 9500 is worthy of your bucks or not...
Hands down, amazing laptop. It has one of the best displays ever found on a Windows notebook, and the bezels around it are almost nonexistent. However, before we start summarizing what we learned, we want to express our confusion with the lowest tier mode...
Strong body build of carbon fiber and aluminum, Virtually bezel-less screen, 100% sRGB coverage (92% DCI-P3) accurate color representation, Thin and light, Boasts up to Core i9-10885H processor, Easy upgrade and maintenance, Great keyboard, touchpad, and...
Useless base model, 56Wh battery is not impressive, whatsoever, Insufficient cooling
Dell has really put in a lot of effort into its XPS line of computers, and it really shows. This is their flagship lineup, and the Dell XPS 15 9500 shows exactly why it is the very best Dell has. I have no problem recommending this laptop to just about an...
Dell's XPS displays just keep getting better,That XPS design is still fresh and relevant,Outstanding performance,The speakers and sound are first class,Pretty great battery life with normal use,The bezels are super slim
It does weigh a bit more than the competition,Gets pricer the more features and options you pack in,720p webcam
I've always been a fan of the Dell XPS 15, in fact, I had my eye on it before I even reviewed one. As someone who edits video and needs something more than an ultrabook, but doesn't want to carry around a 10-pound gaming notebook, the XPS 15 always stuck...
The Dell XPS 15 9500 is finally the MacBook Pro killer it's always wanted to be, with a gorgeous display, better keyboard and trackpad components, and strong productivity performance. We miss USB-A, though...
Gorgeous slim-bezel display, Fantastic audio for a laptop
GPU performance takes a step back, Not even one measly USB-A port
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Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows CentralWho it's forIf you are a video or photo editorIf you need all-day battery lifeIf you are an engineer, scientist, developer, work with large data setsIf you need a premium, powerful, but small 15-inch workstationWho i...
Risk of a loose trackpad (supposedly fixed), Below average web camera, No inking
A fter After several years of the same stale, hefty chassis, the Dell XPS 15 finally has a new look. It's a similar redesign to the one the XPS 13 got earlier this year, and the same caveats apply. Listed out here, the tweaks Dell has made may seem insign...
Excellent 16:10 display, Upgraded bezel-free chassis design, Great keyboard and touchpad, Full-size SD card reader
Below-average battery life, Loud fans under load, Runs hot, Frustrating bloatware that affects performance
Dell's premium 15-inch notebook finally has a design refresh to match the excellent XPS 13. It's fast, sleek and has one of the best screens we've seen in a workhorse PC. The only downside is that it loses legacy ports.Be the first to review the XPS 15 95...
Thinner and lighter design, Screen is larger with thinner bezels, Better keyboard and trackpad, Excellent performance, SD card reader still included,
No USB Type A or HDMI ports, Only three USB-C connections, Summary, Dell's premium 15-inch notebook finally has a design refresh to match the excellent XPS 13. It's fast, sleek and has one of the best screens we've seen in a workhorse PC. The only downsid...
The XPS 15 9500 with Core i7-10875H and GTX 1650 Ti graphics serves to directly replace last year's XPS 15 with Core i9-9980HK and GTX 1650 graphics. Performance-wise, the newer model is marginally faster without needing to run any warmer or louder. Users...
great audio quality for an Ultrabook, bright, high quality 16:10 display, respectable CPU performance, 2x M.2 2280 PCIe slots, quiet under low loads, fast SD card reader, very large clickpad, long battery life, no PWM
no major gen-to-gen improvements to temperature or noise, average display response times; ghosting when gaming, GPU performance and frame rates could be steadier, integrated clickpad keys are on the spongy side, display is slightly dimmer than FHD versio...
The Dell XPS 15 gets rid of the bezels, serves up impressive power with excellent audio and a beautiful super high-res touch display in a smaller, premium frame...