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As we said at the beginning of the review, Dell is confident that its laptop is a performer. Well, we disagree. If you use the device for video editing (for instance), you will experience high internal and external temperatures, the latter of which leads...
Premium build quality and materials, Covers 94% of sRGB colors (Sharp GRNPP-LQ134N1), Very high color accuracy when Gaming and Web design profile is installed (Sharp GRNPP-LQ134N1), 12 hours of battery, Fingerprint reader and optional IR face recognition...
Limited I/O, Uses PWM below 140 nits (our Health-Guard profile fixes the issue) (Sharp GRNPP-LQ134N1), Memory and storage are soldered to the motherboard, Gets really warm on the outside, Extremely short key travel
Dell and quality PC products have been synonymous for as long as I can remember. Whether it is sleek ultrabooks or powerful gaming machines, Dell has been doing its part quite diligently to provide compelling products to its consumers. Earlier in the year...
Super slim design, Breathtaking 4K OLED panel, Decent performance, Easy to carry around,
Expensive, Not meant for heavy graphics work, Not enough ports, ShareTweetShare, Share
The Dell XPS 13 is held in high esteem here at Tom's Guide: the fact that it packs powerful components into a slim, stylish chassis with remarkably thin bezels makes it one of our top picks for the best Windows laptop you can buy, and one of the best lapt...
3.5K OLED display delivers vibrant colors and deep blacks, Slim, attractive chassis with beautifully thin bezels, Strong performance, Comfy keyboard,
Grainy 720p webcam, Paucity of ports, Battery life could be better
Windows 10 convertibles come in all shapes and sizes these days but they're not created equal. Each new device looks to bring something special to the table to entice potential buyers.That's where the Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 9310 comes into play. This Windows...
As always, Dell's XPS 13 2-in-1, just like the rest of the XPS lineup, is a winner. It's so compact and portable and it focuses on a range of use cases. My two biggest complaints are the MagLev keyboard, which you should really try before you buy, and tha...
Dell's XPS 13 2-in-1 has long been the standard against which to judge all other Intel-based laptops, with its fit and finish, and its swing-for-the-fences performance. Add the credible gaming chops shown here, and there's a good chance the XPS 13 2-in-1...
Decent battery life, Good single-threaded performance, 16:10 aspect ratio screen with no bezels
A little pricey, No USB-A port, SSD cannot be upgraded
N ot Not only is the Dell XPS 13 one of Dell's best-known laptops, but it's one of the best-known laptops, period. If you know anything about Windows laptops, you've probably heard its name. It's great in pretty much every way, and it just keeps getting b...
16:10 display, Exceptional build quality, All-day battery life, Fast CPU with new integrated graphics
Shallow keyboard, No USB-A ports, Not-great webcam, CPU heat is pushing it
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In review: Dell XPS 13 9310 Core i7 FHD. Test unit provided by Dell USIf you already own an Ice Lake laptop, then there isn't much a reason to upgrade to Tiger Lake. Overall system performance isn't noticeably better than the XPS 13 9300 which isn't even...
bright, high quality 1200p display even on the base configuration, high performance-per-watt especially in terms of graphics, quiet during low to low-medium loads, respectable audio quality for the size, upgradeable M.2 NVMe PCIe x4 SSD, IR camera and fin...
Dell dynamic tuning causes frame rates to fluctuate when gaming, display could have been better calibrated out of the box, RAM and WLAN are soldered and not upgradeable, high Turbo Boost clock rates are unsustainable, display response times could be bette...
The Dell XPS 13 looks and feels premium and packs an impressively bright screen with a 16:10 aspect ratio that's great for productivity. But port selection is limited and doesn't include USB Type-A...