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|Memory Type||LPDDR3 SDRAM|
|Graphics Card||Intel Iris Plus Graphics 640|
|Available Memory Slots||None|
|Onboard Memory||16 GB|
|Memory Speed||2133 MHz|
|Processor||Intel Core i7-7560U Dual-Core|
|Base Clock Speed||2.4 GHz|
|Max Boost Speed||3.8 GHz|
|Total Installed Memory||16 GB|
|Maximum Memory Capacity||16 GB|
|Ports||1 x Thunderbolt 32 x USB 3.0 Type-A|
|Media Card Slots||SD/SDHC/SDXC|
|Expansion Slots||Not specified by manufacturer|
|Audio||2 x Integrated Speaker2 x Integrated Microphone1 x 1/8" (3.5 mm) Headphone/Microphone Combo Jack|
|Display||1 x DisplayPort 1.2 via Thunderbolt port|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||12.0 x 0.6 x 7.9" / 304.8 x 15.2 x 200.7 mm|
|Weight||2.9 lbs / 1.32 kg|
|Operating System||Windows 10 Home (64-Bit)|
|Security||Accepts 3rd Party Security Lock Devices|
|Keyboard||Type: Standard Notebook KeyboardFeatures: Backlight|
|Total Capacity||512 GB|
|Solid State Storage||1 x 512 GB M.2 PCIe|
|Viewing Angle||170° Horizontal, 170° Vertical|
|Native Resolution||3200 x 1800|
|Webcam||User-Facing: .92 MP Photo / 720p Video|
|Maximum Runtime||Not specified by manufacturer|
|Power Requirements||100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz|
|Power Supply||1 x 45 W|
|Watt Hours / Type||60 Wh Non-Removable|
|Output Voltage||8.8 VDC|
Dell offers the popular XPS 13 with faster Intel Iris graphics, but can the cooling solution handle the additional performance, and is it a good upgrade? Or should you get the one of the new Kaby Lake-R chips instead?
compact & sturdy chassis, bright & matte screen, very good application performance, good input devices, very long battery runtime, quiet fan...
...but annoying coil whine, CPU/GPU cannot utilize full potential, low gamut and PWM, small and spongy arrow keys
The XPS 13 with Kaby Lake Refresh Core i5 trails the Core i7 in raw multi-core performance, but as far as overall system performance is concerned, the model with i7 is only marginally faster.
good contrast; >90 % sRGB, good run times; large battery, sturdy aluminum chassis; great design, quiet system fan, good CPU performance, good bass, bright display, Killer 1535 is standard, easy to maintain
chassis reverberates at high volume levels / bass, PWM at all brightness levels (including maximum), Toshiba NVMe SSD features low transfer rates, arrow keys are small and feel spongy
The best Linux Ultrabook in the world just got a tiny bit better. A new processor, an updated operating system, better battery life and that same sumptuous screen make this one hard to resist.
Modern OS, Useful improvements across the board, Probably the best Ultrabook (still)
OS update still required for optimal performance, QHD+ model is expensive, Not really worth it if you already have the 9350
To start with the good aspects of the XPS 13 though – the build quality is excellent thanks to the aluminium chassis. Dell have also done a great job at reducing the laptop’s footprint, while still retaining the 13.3″ display. As such, the XPS 13 is noticeably smaller than other 13.3″ laptops.
Aluminium chassis., Small chassis despite the 13.3″ display size., Thin and light., Great battery life.
I am not a fan of the carbon fibre palm rest., Occasional coil whine., SSD write speeds are lacking.
This laptop is perfect for my needs. It is extremely light weight and easy to transport. I am an occupational therapist and I travel between multiple locations daily so lightweight and portable was a must have for me. This is just what I was looking for!
How did Dell come up with idea to move its camera to the lower left corner under the screen? As a result of this placement the laptop camera is practically unusable during a regular computer use, unless you don't care about what is seen through the camera
After having a mid-2012 15.5" MacBook Pro, I was kind of shocked at how small this laptop was. Within its small size and light-weight comes a very powerful, ergonomic, and user friendly machine that is absolutely excellent for every day work.
The XPS 13 that arrived has an 8th gen i5 8250u processor with 8gb ram and 128gb SSD all in a 9360 model body. I got the specs as written/advertised. It's an XPS as one would expect it to be. It has the aluminum shell sandwiching some carbon fiber material on the keyboard area etc etc.
Blown/buzzing speakers right out of the box.
While the specs on this laptop sound almost too good to be true for the price (Dell's website would suggest that you can't get a touchscreen without going for the super high res, or that you can get an 8th gen i5 on a 2017 model), this arrived exactly as advertised and is functioning excellently.
This product is Brand new, and comes with a finger print reader. It’s works great! I did not think it was possible to get this kind of computer brand new at this price. I was sceptical at first but it is perfect. Fast and everything I need. Don’t pass this deal up, it is worth it.
Easy to navigate, and light weight.
I did not know you could get an 8th gen i5 XPS 13, with a freaking touch screen, for less than $900! I was in the looks for an ultrabook under $900 and was about to go with the ASUS UX330UA ($825 after tax).
Extremely premium laptop, everything included in description plus a fingerprint sensor.