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The Dell XPS 17 is a huge laptop that doesn’t feel like one. This elegant beast of a notebook packs blistering 10th Gen Intel power and advanced Nvidia graphics into a sleek design that features one of the largest, most immersive 17-inch displays you can...
Stunning, immersive display, Impressive CPU and graphics power, Comfortable keyboard, Attractive, slim design
Can get expensive, Weak webcam
You know, when you first see a 17-inch laptop with bezels so thin, you just can't help but marvel at the engineering miracle you're seeing. Combine this with the fact that that said display can run at 600 nits of maximum brightness and you can barely noti...
Strong body build of carbon fiber and aluminum, Virtually bezel-less screen, 100% sRGB coverage (89% DCI-P3) and accurate color representation (Sharp LQ156N1-FKR1K), Thin and light, Boasts up to Core i9-10885H processor, Easy upgrade and maintenance, Grea...
Useless base model, Uneven luminosity in the top middle section (Sharp LQ156N1-FKR1K)
Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows CentralOne of the best side effects of laptops shrinking bezels and switching to taller 16:10 displays is seeing the return of 17-inch laptops. In the past, only the most hardcore would carry around a six-pound behemoth t...
17inch 16:10 HDR400 display is gobsmacking delightful, Excellent keyboard, trackpad, Powerful quad audio, Octacore CPU and RTXlevel graphics, Looks fantastic, feels great
Heavy and dense, Below average web camera; IR is finicky, No inking
My biggest complaint about the Dell XPS 17 is that it doesn't have full Thunderbolt 3 ports, which would have been able to handle two 4K displays on a single port. If that bothers you too, just wait for the next one. Intel's next generation of CPUs is goi...
Dell's largest XPS laptop in years is appealing to anyone who demands the most performance possible and an enormous screen. It's a bit hefty, but still far smaller than 17-inch laptops from years ago.Be the first to review the XPS 17 9700 (2020)?Your rati...
Gorgeous 17-inch screen, Most powerful GPU in an XPS, Great performance all around, Strong battery life,
Heavier than competing big screen laptops, Could use a lot more ports, Summary, Dell's largest XPS laptop in years is appealing to anyone who demands the most performance possible and an enormous screen. It's a bit hefty, but still far smaller than 17-inc...
The Dell XPS 17 is a seamless combination of power, endurance and beauty that can handle just about anything you can throw at it...
Attractive, compact chassis, Powerful overall and graphics performance, Great battery life, Excellent audio, Beautiful display
Expensive, Lacks legacy ports
The The Dell XPS 17 isn't for me. Yes, it has a 17-inch screen. Yes, it has high-powered specs including an H-series processor and an RTX GPU. But compared to many other laptops available today, it's really heavy - it's about five and a half pounds. Some...
Large, excellent screen, Good keyboard and touchpad, Compact (for a 17-incher), Impressive power
Heavy, No USB-A ports, Bad webcam
The Dell XPS 17's thin bezels highlight its gorgeous 17-inch screen, and it has the performance to match the size. Add a gaming-grade GPU and you have a solid all-rounder for those who love big screens...
Slim bezels and attractive design, Bright, vivid, 16:10 display, Strong performance and gaming-grade GPU, Massive touchpad,
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This morning at 9 am Central Time, Dell officially unveiled a handful of new laptops, including the long-awaited XPS 17 9700. It has been nearly 10 years since Dell last offered a 17″ version in their popular XPS line of laptops for creatives and prosume...