Dell’s New XPS 13, You Don’t Have To Be Exciting To Be Good

Source: The Inquirer Dell’s New XPS 13, You Don’t Have To Be Exciting To Be Good

If It Ain’t Broke …

The Inquirer is quick to point out that there isn’t much physically changed from the last generation of Dell’s XPS 13, and that this is not necessarily a bad thing.  The model they reviewed came with a Core i5-8265U, 8GB of RAM and a 265GB SSD, but your choices span from a a Core i3 CPU, 4GB of RAM and 128GB SSD to a Core i7, with 16GB of RAM and a 1TB SSD if you can afford it.   You can also choose between a standard 1080p screen or upgrade to a 4K touchscreen if you desire, either way the bezel is barely big enough to fit the camera at the top.  

Check out the rest of the details in their full review.

The 2019 XPS 13 is the best to date. Dell has basically perfected the ultraportable design, with the laptop offering an excellent display, decent performance, and more flexibility in a smaller package than the Surface Laptop 2 and other thin and light laptops of a similar size.

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