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Even as an iterative update to an existing computer, Dell's XPS 15 9520 is pretty mild. It's super-iterative. The only thing that separates it from the XPS 15 9510 we reviewed last year is that it swaps the 11th-generation Intel processors for 12th-gen ve...
Nice design that blends power and portability, Good performance, with an option for better performance if you're OK with letting the CPU run hotter, Default power settings are tuned for reasonably cool, quiet operation, Respectable keyboard and trackpad,...
OLED display option has nice contrast but looks grainy, No GPU upgrade from the previous model and no option to use anything more powerful than an RTX 3050 Ti
Despite a less than generous selection of ports and a disappointing webcam, Dell's 2022 XPS 15 remains a solidly built laptop that performs well...
The Dell XPS line of laptops has long been regarded as the pinnacle of portable Windows computing. The Dell XPS 15 OLED (2022) continues this legacy of excellence. Even if it isn’t shaking up the computing world with never-before-seen features, it's an al...
Lightning performance with Intel 12th Gen CPUs, Gorgeous 3,5K OLED touch display, All-day battery life, Comfortable keyboard and spacious touchpad, SD card slot
USB-C ports require adapters for many uses, GeForce RTX 3050 Ti GPU isn't a powerhouse, 720p webcam is a little disappointing
Classy yet traditional, powerful yet unassuming, the Dell XPS 15 (9520) is perhaps, at first glance, the consummate PC for those who need to take some power on the go. It's a sturdy, aluminum laptop with a 12th Gen H series Intel processor and up to an Nv...
In review: Dell XPS 15 9520 RTX 3050 Ti 3.5K OLED. Test unit provided by DellIf the CPUs in the XPS 15 9500 or 9510 were too slow for your specific applications, then the 9520 would be worth considering. Its 12th gen Core i7-12700H can offer 70 percent an...
notable CPU performance uptick over XPS 15 9510, FHD, 3.5K, and 4K resolution options, HDMI and USB-A adapter included, battery life is still very good, generally quiet fan noise, faster DDR5 RAM
slower-than-average Core i7-12700H performance, display could be better calibrated out of the box, slower GPU clock rate than XPS 15 9510, no 90 Hz display refresh rate options, does not support Wi-Fi 6E