Dell XPS 13 13.3-Inch HD Notebook - (Silver) (Intel Core i7-7500U, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD, Windows 10)
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- Smallest 13.3-inch (33.8 cm) laptop on the planet
- Powerful 7th Gen Intel Core i7 processor
- Boot and resume in seconds with a 256GB solid state drive and 8GB of memory
- Full HD Display
- XPS 13 is cut with precision from a single block of aluminium for a sturdy, durable chassis in a beautiful design
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|Computer Memory Size||8 GB||8 GB||16 GB||16 GB||8 GB||8 GB|
|Connectivity Technology||Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB, Thunderbolt||Micro-HDMI, Bluetooth, wifi||Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB, Thunderbolt||Bluetooth 4.1, USB 3.0, HDMI, Thunderbolt||HDMI, Bluetooth, wifi||Bluetooth; USB|
|Processor (CPU) Model||Core i7||Core i7||Core i7||Core i7||Core i5||Core i5|
|Processor (CPU) Manufacturer||Intel||Intel||Intel||Intel||Intel||Intel|
|Processor (CPU) Speed||2,700 MHz||2,700 MHz||2,800 MHz||2,600 MHz||2,500 MHz||2.5 GHz|
|Display Size||33.8 cm||33.78 cm||39.6 cm||39.6 cm||33.78 cm||33.8 cm|
|Display Technology||LED||LED||LED||LED||LED||FHD IPS BrightView WLED-backlit multitouch-enablednarrow border|
|Hard disk Description||SDD||SDD||SDD||SDD||SDD||SDD|
|Hard Disk Size||256 GB||512 GB||512 GB||512 GB||256 GB||256 GB|
|Item Weight||1.23 kg||1.2 kg||2 kg||1.78 kg||1.4 kg||1.32 kg|
|Operating System||Windows 10||Windows 10||Windows 10||Windows 10||Windows 10||Windows 10|
|Processor Description||Intel Core i7||—||Intel Core i7||i7-6700HQ||—||Intel Core i5|
|System RAM Type||—||—||DDR SDRAM||Unknown||DDR4 SDRAM||Unknown|
Erasing borders, starting with the display. The smallest 13.3-inch (33.8 cm) laptop on the planet has the world’s first virtually borderless Infinity Edge display — amazing both inside and out. The smallest 13.3-inch (33.8 cm) on the planet with the world’s first Infinity Edge display. More screen, less to carry: The virtually borderless Infinity Edge display maximizes screen space by squeezing a 13.3-inch (33.8 cm) display in an 11-inch (28 cm) frame. With a bezel only 5.2 mm thin, weighing in at only 1.22 Kg and measuring a super slim 9-15 mm, the XPS 13 is exceptionally thin and light. Easy to share: See content clearly from nearly every angle with the IGZO IPS panel, providing a wide viewing angle of up to 170 degree. Brighten your day: 400 nit brightness is brighter than a typical laptop panel, so you get a great view, even outside. Gorgeous colours: See the brightest bright and the darkest darks with a colour gamut of 72 percent and a contrast ratio of 1000:1. Fully-loaded for enhanced performance. The latest performance features: Powerful 7th Gen Intel Core i5 processor and the latest Intel HD graphics offer speed and reliability. Boot and resume in seconds with a 256GB solid state drive and 8GB of memory. Stay powered longer: Up to 18 hours of battery life standard. Leading-edge connectivity: Thunderbolt 3 multi-use port allows you to charge your laptop, connect to multiple devices (including support for up to two 4K displays) and enjoy data transfers up to 40Gbps, 8 times that of a USB 3.0. Advanced docking: Featuring a single-cable connection for power, Ethernet, audio and video.
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Erasing borders, starting with the display
More screen, less to carry: The virtually borderless InfinityEdge display maximises screen space by squeezing a 13” (33 cm) display in an 11” (28 cm) frame. With a bezel only 5.2 mm thin, starting at only 1.22kg and measuring a super slim 9-15 mm, the XPS 13 is exceptionally thin and light.
Fully-loaded for enhanced performance
The latest performance features: New next gen Intel Core processors and higher performing graphics offer speed and reliability.
Brighten your day
400 nit brightness is brighter than a typical laptop panel, so you get a great view, even outside.
One of th leading-edge connectivities
The Thunderbolt 3 multi-use Type-C port allows you to charge your laptop, connect to multiple devices (including support for up to two 4K displays) and enjoy data transfers up to 40Gbps, 8 times that of a USB 3.0.
The XPS 13 can be used with the newest Dell docking solutions, featuring single-cable connections for power, Ethernet, audio and video.
The Killer 1535 Wireless-AC adapter provides the strongest and most reliable Wi-Fi connection and was designed specifically to make your online videos, voice and games play faster and smoother. It automatically detects, classifies and prioritises network traffic ensuring your most important data takes priority over your other less urgent applications. Killer delivers your critical packets immediately, thus eliminating unnecessary latency and lag
Artfully constructed from premium materials
Maximum durability: Cut with precision from a single block of aluminum for a sturdy, durable chassis in a sleek design. The Corning Gorilla Glass NBT touch display option is up to 10 times more scratch resistant than soda lime glass.
More environmentally responsible than ever
Power efficient: XPS 13 is ENERGY STAR certified.
Recycle-friendly: 90% of the laptop’s parts can be easily recycled or reused, and the bamboo packaging trays are 100% recyclable.
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Fan problem, Wifi Card problem. I have another one of these which is fine, but at this price I demand perfect.
Spent an entire day downloading and applying updates whilst the machine overheated until I got the right dell Bios installed to fix (Perhaps) the fan not starting issue).
Overpriced but could be fantastic.
- Matt screen. Better and crisper for working for long periods.
- Low noise: silent nearly all the time. Fan has only kicked in a few times ever, and does not kick in when watching a You Tube video for example (it did with the HP). When it does kick in, it is not as noisy as with other machines. No risk in meetings, presentations, etc
- Durable: the screen / lid has literally no bend. I have only seen this on maybe some business Lenovo machines e.g. X1 Carbon.
- Battery life: mine does seem to last all day without needing a charge
- Portability: due to the thin bezel and little space below the screen, it is probably the smallest 13.3 inch laptop on the market.
- Keyboard: good for all day working. again up there with the business Lenovo machines (note. the HP Spectre also has a great keyboard)
- Value for money: you can get better processors, more RAM, and hdd space per £ with other brands
- Ports: another usb-c thunderbolt port would have been good. The large USB ones do not charge my phone as fast as other laptops do.
- Nothing else in the box: no adapters, nothing! With other brands you get some adapters, a sleeve, etc
I know others seem to have had a bad experience with a faulty unit, however if it doesn't arrive faulty, it is damn good!
It is equipped with a touch screen of a very high resolution (3200x1800 pixels) although not everybody will find that really essential. The touch screen can also be annoying when you accidentally touch it. I find it a bit too reflexive for my liking; if you have bright, contrasted or moving elements behind you you may find the reflection either quite distracting or making things more difficult to discern on your screen. This is only moderate but it's worth noting as I found it more pronounced than other laptops I've used in the past. Note that the non-touch model doesn't have a glossy screen and is less expensive.
I'd also recommend that you see and test the laptop before buying to make sure you like the keyboard. Indeed the flip side of having such a compact and mobile laptop is that all the keys have to fit within a smaller area. This is especially true for the usually larger keys such as Enter/Return, Backspace and the arrow keys which are particularly small and may take time to get used to. The key are also very shallow, make sure you nails are cut short before use! Although these are only details, I still find it a bit frustrating and disappointing.
Another very minor point is the material used for the interior surface around the trackpad. It's definitely a much nicer feel and look than metal but tends to absorbs finger prints and other wet/oily marks.
Finally, I think it's also important to note than the connectivity is quite minimal: 2 full size USB, one Thunderbolt 3 with USB Type C connector and one SDCard port. For external displays you'll need to obtain separate adaptors, which can be expensive and that'll have to carry with you. One option is to use the USB 3 for external displays and thus rely on DisplayPort technology and drivers. Which is normally fine on Windows but has been problematic so far for me and colleagues on Linux as it's quite temperamental. DisplayLink is also more limited than native display connections (e.g. resolution, refresh rate). The other option is to have a USB-C to HDMI or Display Port adaptor, that will give you the best results. Once again I've tried a few docks to connect multiple displays through USB-C or USB but without great success.
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