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The XPS 15 is a phenomenal laptop. It does have a few flaws, as the speakers aren’t great, and the battery life could be better, but overall the XPS 15 stands head-and-shoulders above the competition in nearly every way. It’s easily one of the best 15-inch Windows laptops you can buy. Yes and no.
Superb display, Excellent everyday performance, Admirable gaming chops, High-quality industrial design
Moving from the i7-6700HQ to the i7-7700HQ is the tiniest of steps forward. Moving from the GTX 960M to the GTX 1050, however, is a significant graphical leap for the XPS 15 series.
accessible internals; 2x SODIMM, up to 2x storage bays, very wide color gamut; near 100 percent AdobeRGB, Thunderbolt 3 (albeit only 2x PCIe lanes), 56 Wh and 97 Wh battery configurations, fast GPU considering the notebook class, no major CPU or GPU throttling issues, high quality aluminum chassis,...
backlight uniformity could be better; slightly dimmer than the FHD SKU, must sacrifice secondary SATA III bay for higher battery capacity, fan noise during low to medium loads; loud fans when gaming, palm rests and keyboard are a fingerprint magnet, average display response times, keyboard keys can...
In the following benchmarks we employ two very different battery life tests -- Battery Eater Pro and a custom 1080p HD video loop test -- to prove out battery life with our test group of machines and the Dell XPS 15.
It took me a long time to figure out that the Dell XPS 9560 was the best Windows laptop out there for my needs. It’s beautifully designed, compact, and powerful. It packs a quad-core CPU, Pascal GPU, huge battery, and Thunderbolt 3—plus the the best 4k screen in a laptop out there.
The XPS 15 9560 is not an all-new machine. That change came with the previous 9550 model, when Dell moved to the new Infinity Edge design. As with the XPS 13, the design is a clear winner, and Dell offers one of the best looking laptops in this category.
The Dell XPS 15 is an amazingly flexible laptop, despite looking like an ordinary high-end one on the surface. It’s very powerful but has unusually good battery life for its class. It has a 15in screen but is smaller than almost all other 15in laptops with one.
It looks great, thin, light and especially with its 15-inch infinity edge. I would have liked a bigger ram (she brings 8) and the 97 whr battery, instead of the 56whr it brings. But even so it's a great laptop for All purpose, even to play if one does not have too high requirements for it.
Pluses: Huge screen fits into a small footprint bag. Screen is awesome. Boots up quickly with solid state drive. Keyboard is excellent. (I tried the Lenovo first and the keyboard is horrendous with the small enter key on the right.) Fingerprint scanner is excellent.
Excellent! The touchpad is awesome, battery life is really long, performance is the best! Kudos Dell!
The computer broke (blue screen) in the first 3 days of use, called dell, they are trying to fix it.
The computer arrived in my country (Kenya) in very good shape...but it was THE WRONG VERSION!!! Yes, it looks good with its 4K screen but I DID NOT want a 4K screen!! My biggest requirement is battery life hence I wanted the FHD matte screen.
I bought a Like New model and came better than expected, my model has a fingerprint scanner so that is an unexpected plus since it works perfectly. The laptop itself is beautiful and built like a tank, the SSD is super fast at about 2770 MB/s read speeds and 1680 MB/s write speeds, the screen is...
Love this laptop!! Been an Asus type of guy for a while and always shyed away from Dell and wow i was so wrong about them.This laptop is so grand and the screen is fantastic. Only upgrade made to was the ram which i made.
The network driver does not work. It will connect to a wireless network, but the internet stops working about every other minute for a few minutes.
At first glance, this laptop is perfect. The screen is beautiful and the weight and dimensions are exactly what I needed. However, I have had it for 15 months, and I have had numerous problems with it.
While the specifications for this laptop seem reasonable, the devil is in the details. One such detail is the wireless card. I've never heard of the 'Killer' brand of wireless cards before, but my experience with the card in this laptop is less than amazing.