Dell XPS 13 Review
Dell’s revamped XPS 13 has a nearly borderless display and a very small body for a 13-inch laptop, plus the latest Intel CPUs.If you’re looking to purchase a powerful, portable and attractive laptop, the Dell XPS 13 has to be one of the top contenders.
Dell built the palmrest and backlit chiclet keyboard’s casing in an exquisite carbon fiber composite that is delightful to touch. Unlike some laptops, whose palmrest is built with the same material as the device’s plastic or aluminum exterior, the XPS’s palmrest doesn’t get overheated or sweaty. During all my work and play, I experienced no discomfort after up to seven hours of use.
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To ‘Infinity’ and beyond
The real marvel of the XPS 13 is its screen-to-panel ratio. Both the quad HD+ touchscreen model ($1,299, £852, AU$1,605), which I used for my testing, and the lower-end full HD model feature edge-to-edge displays. If you purchase this laptop, you’re getting the screen real estate of a 13.3-inch (338mm) laptop on an 11.9-inch (304mm) device.
Dell was able to deliver a screen that covers 80% of the panel (11% more screen real estate than the 13-inch MacBook Air). Like the MacBook, most other laptops are built with about an inch of border surrounding the monitor.
Source: Juan Martinez
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