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|Processor||Intel Core i5-7200U Dual-Core|
|Base Clock Speed||2.5 GHz|
|Max Boost Speed||3.1 GHz|
|Total Installed Memory||8 GB|
|Memory Type||LPDDR3 SDRAM|
|Memory Speed||2133 MHz|
|Available Memory Slots||None|
|Memory Slot Type||Not specified by manufacturer|
|Graphics Card||Intel HD Graphics 620|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||16.9 x 11.4 x 3.2"|
|Package Weight||5.7 lb|
|Media Card Slots||SD|
|Expansion Slots||Not specified by manufacturer|
|Audio||1 x 1/8" (3.5 mm) Headphone/Microphone Combo JackIntegrated MicrophoneIntegrated Speaker|
|Ports||2 x USB 3.0 Type-A1 x USB 3.1 Type-C1 x Thunderbolt 3 via USB Type-C|
|Security||Accepts 3rd Party Security Lock Devices|
|Operating System||Windows 10 Home (64-bit)|
|Keyboard||Type: Standard Notebook KeyboardFeatures: Backlight|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||12.0 x 0.6 x 7.9" / 304.8 x 15.2 x 200.7 mm|
|Weight||2.7 lb / 1.22 kg|
|Available Slots||Not specified by manufacturer|
|Total Capacity||128 GB|
|Solid State Storage||1 x 128 GB M.2 SATA|
|Native Resolution||1920 x 1080|
|Response Time||Not specified by manufacturer|
|External Resolution||Not specified by manufacturer|
|Viewing Angle||Not specified by manufacturer|
|Finish||Not specified by manufacturer|
|Webcam||User-Facing: 720p Video|
|Power Requirements||Not specified by manufacturer|
|Power Supply||1 x 45 W|
|Watt Hours / Type||60 Wh|
Despite a few trade-offs in ports and processing power, this slimmer hybrid version of the XPS 13 is an excellent full-time laptop and part-time tablet.
This new version of the XPS 13 adds a hybrid hinge and thinner body. The edge-to-edge, nearly bezel-free display makes maximum use of space, and the starting price is extremely reasonable.
Standard USB ports get swapped for USB-C ones, the Intel Y-series processor isn't as fast as those found in more traditional laptops and the power button can be tricky to hit.
We gave the Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 our Best of Computing at CES 2017. Handing out such an award is always a risk. Sometimes, a device doesn’t hold up to closer scrutiny. But Dell’s latest is rock solid. It posted great scores in our benchmarks and, just as importantly, is a joy to use every day.
Sturdy, light chassis, Outstanding keyboard, Strong performance, Long-lasting battery
Limited USB connectivity, Mediocre touchpad
With powerful hardware, a high-resolution screen, and both USB 3.0 and USB-C ports, the Dell XPS 13 Touch is the best ultraportable laptop for power users right now.
Compact design. Carbon fiber and aluminum construction. High-resolution (3,200-by-1,800) display. Includes both USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 and USB 3.0 (Type-A) ports. Long battery life.
Requires adapters for external displays. Not DCI-P3 or Adobe RGB compliant. Odd angle on webcam.
Following the FHD version, we are now testing Dell's new XPS 13 with a QHD Infinity screen alongside Skylake Core i7. Will higher image pleasure and more power be at the expense of battery life? Update 12/3/2015: The runtimes of the XPS 13 were lengthened considerably following a BIOS update.
metal casing's impeccable build, slim profile, ultra mobile, bright QHD panel, extremely thin display bezel, very good system performance, perceptibly faster graphics card, quiet even under load, decent connectivity for the size, superb input devices, tightly pulled hinges that do not rock, very...
webcam's poor quality, color space coverage could be better; color accuracy is decent, restricted maintenance/upgrade options, lack of control over ambient light sensor
After my everyday use with the XPS 13 2-in-1, I can say with confidence that it's a very capable 2-in-1 that I could see myself using daily. I love that this convertible's compact design takes up very little room in my lap (and bag) when I'm commuting.
Even then, the Spectre x360 machine is only 0.8 inch deeper front-to-back. We suspect most of us can clear a sliver of extra room on our desks to save $300 (between comparable models) and gain two extra hours of battery life.
Same solid-metal design, slim bezels as XPS 13 laptop, Includes IR camera and fingerprint reader, Bright, attractive screen, Fanless cooling
Battery life, while good, can't match some competing 2-in-1s, 4GB RAM on base model, No full-size USB ports, SD card slot, Camera still below the screen
In order to explore what a laptop is capable of in terms of practical battery life, we employ two very different types of battery rundown tests. The first, Battery Eater Pro is a worst-case scenario, as it hammers the CPU, , memory and storage subsystems over and over until the battery is depleted.
Dell may not have reinvented the wheel with the new XPS 13, but it has taken a great notebook and made it only better. The curvaceous well-built design and spacious keyboard are still just as alluring as they were last year, and the upgraded specs and features reinvigorate the device to compete...
beautiful glossy display, spacious keyboard, svelte sturdy design, long battery life
limited connectivity, runs hot when taxed
Every major player in the Windows PC business has a 2-in-1 laptop these days. Lenovo’s Yoga line has been very successful, the HP Spectre x360 I recently reviewed is an excellent product, and now Dell has hopped on the train with the XPS 13 2-in-1.
Attractive, very portable, well-built chassis. High-quality, slim-bezel display. Great keyboard and trackpad.
Direct competitor HP Spectre x360 beats it in performance, battery life, connectivity and price in essentially the same form factor.
The Dell XPS 13 XPS9343-8182SLV puts your money where speed and quality design are. It score in terms of a brilliant touch screen, sturdy build quality, the thinnest construction in the planet so far, and very solid performance from the fifth-generation Intel Core i7 processor.
Very compact frame. Carbon fiber and aluminum construction. QHD+ (3,200-by-1,800) display is breathtaking. Good connectivity.
Needs adapters for external displays.
Right out of the box I felt like a laptop was great. Then when trying to put it into tablet mode I noticed when rotating the screen the screen was not rotating. In addition to preinstalled software stop some of the other software I wanted to install from working properly.
Great design, great feel, & weight
Windows 10 and function lack
I would definitely recommend this computer to anyone looking for a well built and well super fast.
Fast SSD and i7 Intel chip, Super narrow bezel makes it the size of an 11 inch laptop.
The camera is located in the bottom left corner of the screen, due to the thin bezel.
This is a wonderful machine. Dell really hit the mark with the xps 13. It is really compact, very sturdy and the main feature which I like the most goes to the infinity edge screen.
Sleek, light & fast - what more could you ask for? I am really happy with my purchase.
A great laptop, superb battery life, very quick, non touch screen is very nice and uses the full size of the laptop. The two downsides are:
I purchased this for my youngest son who starts college in the Autumn. He pestered me for this Dell XPS for some time. I was sceptical as my eldest son and myself both have MacBook Pro's latest models and I thought one of these would be a better purchase.
Bought my new XPS 13 almost 2 weeks ago now and im amazing at how much its exceeded my expectations. The infinity edge display is such a cool feature and makes the laptop look much better than any of its competitors! Would definitely recommend to anyone looking for a all rounder laptop.
My Dell XPS 13 i7 is a well made light laptop. Plenty of features, fast, touchscreen works well and reasonable battery life.
Not impressed with this laptop. Having looked at a lot of small laptops, I decided to purchased the Dell XPS 13.My XPS arrived with a ill fitted track pad, along a big gap along the left hand side of the track pad allowing you to see the insides of the laptop.The second issue was coil whine.
So I noticed the previous reviewers comments about potential issues with this laptop but I went ahead as I wanted to get a top of the range laptop. Sadly I did have problems with the laptop when it arrived as neither of the USB ports worked.