Dell - XPS 2-in-1 13.3" Touch-Screen Laptop - Intel Core i7 - 16GB Memory - 512GB Solid State Drive - Black
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- Dell - XPS 2-in-1 13.3" Touch-Screen Laptop - Intel Core i7 - 16GB Memory - 512GB Solid State Drive - Black
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Enjoy Ink driven experiences in apps like Office, Messenger, and Microsoft Edge, as well as apps from brands like Adobe. Windows Ink is integrated with Illustrator to bring you an intuitive pen experience.
The virtually borderless InfinityEdge display maximizes screen space.
Offers powerful dual-core, four-way processing performance.
Reams of high-bandwidth LPDDR3 RAM allow you to smoothly run your graphics-heavy software and video-editing applications, as well as numerous programs and browser tabs all at once.
While offering less storage space than a hard drive, a flash-based SSD has no moving parts, resulting in faster start-up times and data access, no noise, and reduced power draw on the battery.
Seamlessly switch between high-functioning laptop and portable tablet forms.
The on-processor graphics with shared video memory provide everyday image quality for internet use, basic photo editing and casual gaming. Optimized to use less power.
Waves MaxxAudio is tuned to give you great sound across music, movies, voice and games.
Offers lightweight design featuring a slightly smaller screen and omitting the DVD/CD drive for improved portability.
Wirelessly transfer photos, music and other media between the laptop or tablet and your Bluetooth-enabled cell phone or MP3 player, or connect Bluetooth wireless accessories.
Connect to both hosts and devices, replacing various Type-B and Type-A connectors and cables with a standard meant to be future-proof. PowerShare helps charge external USB devices.
This single interface supports both high-speed data and high-definition video - ideal for digital content creators.
Add your microSD memory card to access and save files and media when using the tablet alone.
Connect to a Wireless-AC router for nearly 6x the speed, more capacity and wider coverage than Wireless-N (150 Mbps). Backward-compatible with all other Wi-Fi networks.
Its 720p resolution generates a clear picture during video chats with your family and friends.
For easy typing in dim or dark locations.
Easy, typo-free access to your secure Windows account, password-protected websites and more.
Trial version of Microsoft Office.
Feature microphone-in/headphone-out combination jack.
Note: This laptop does not include a built-in DVD/CD drive.
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A lot of laptop in a small package.July 10, 2017
This laptop brings a lot to the table in a surprisingly tiny package. The laptop has a 13.3 inch screen, but the body is only a little bigger than a typical 11.6 inch laptop. This is accomplished by having teeny tiny bezels framing the screen. The end result is a laptop with lots of display and very little footprint. The laptop has two USB type-C ports and comes with a type-C to type-A adapter. One of the two type-C ports does support Thunderbolt. The only other ports on this device are a micro-SD card slot and a headphone jack. The laptop supports pen input, but it doesn't come with a stylus (unfortunately). It's really hard to open the lid. You kind of have to pick it up and hold it like a book to pry it open. Trying it just lift the lid as it’s sitting flat on a table is an exercise in futility. The power button is a little hard to find by touch. It’s tiny and situated just up from the middle of the right side of the keyboard. As with anything this thin, it feels a little fragile. Premium build materials give it a fair degree of rigidity, but I’d still be careful when handling this screen as it doesn’t look like it could take too much abuse. The keyboard is buttery smooth with a rubberized, soft touch feel to the keys. This feel continues on across the palm rest as well. The rubberized texture on keys feels nice, but I keep worrying that my fingernail is going to scratch it (and I have short fingernails). The keyboard is well spaced, and it has a nice satisfying key press. It does sit a little flat for my taste though. I absolutely hate the positioning of the arrow keys. I keep on hitting page down when I want to move my cursor within a document. Keyboard backlight is subtle. Settings are backlight completely off, faint backlight, and . . . really faint backlight. The touchpad glides very smoothly, but it does pick up a ton of fingerprints. Speaking of fingerprints, the fingerprint unlock is a beautiful thing. The battery indicator button doesn’t seem to do anything while the laptop is on and open. Battery life is a little hard to gauge. Battery life typically goes down as screen brightness goes up. The battery estimates from Windows for this laptop make no sense whatsoever. According to Windows, the estimated battery life at 40% brightness was 3.5 hours, Battery life at 60% brightness was 5.5 hours, and the battery life at 100% brightness varied between 7.5 and 10 hours and at one point dropped to 6 hours. At 60% brightness, you should be able to squeeze out around six to seven hours with moderate usage (word processing and music streaming in my experience). Putting the screen flat back will NOT put it flush to the table top. There will be a good centimeter or so of space between it and the table. Pushing it back farther results in the screen sloping backward or the keyboard lifting up slightly. This is somewhat unfortunate for those of us who often work while standing and wouldn’t have minded using pen input on the touchscreen with the screen sitting flat and with the physical keyboard still accessible. Screen quality is great at 1080p. Out of the box, the screen has a faint yellow / green cast to my eye. Calibration would probably go a long way to resolving this though. The laptop has a nice wide screen. Wide screens are great for media consumption, gaming, and graphic design work if you like to move your tools off of your work area. They are not ideal for working in tablet mode, eBook reading or web surfing (still perfectly adequate for these purposes though). At the default 150% scaling, some of the fonts looked jagged and pixelated within application menus. My desktop and Microsoft Edge defaulted to 150% out of the box. I changed my desktop to 125% and Edge to 100% after playing with this for a while. Dropping down to 100% for the desktop made icons uncomfortably small. This also appears to have resolved some of the font scaling issues within applications. Icons and buttons in applications are small but usable at this scale. The camera is unapologetically bad. I can honestly say that I will never ever use it. The angle is awkward and unflattering (up my nose or examining the bottom of my chin), and the quality is awful. If you don’t mind putting the laptop into tent mode (honestly, this mode puts my teeth on edge so I will never use it), the camera is then oriented in a position that isn’t too bad. That being said, you will lose access to the physical keyboard in this mode. Still, with wireless keyboard and mice and/or the touchscreen, this isn’t impossible to work around. Overall operation of this laptop is smooth and enjoyable. The laptop ran hot enough to cook an egg when I first turned it on. I downloaded some updates and some additional drivers and that issue seems to have resolved itself nicely. The laptop now operates at a comfortably warm ambient temperature. There are apparently known software issues with the integrated graphics. The issues caused an odd white dot to appear in the upper left-hand corner at times (smack dab in the middle of the recycle bin with the default desktop positioning). Updating the Intel graphics driver seems to fix this completely. Dell’s support site was great. I ran an auto-diagnostic to update all drivers and scan for various issues. It needed very little input from me to run. The laptop came with the usual assortment of Microsoft bloatware. It has icons for the usual Word, Excel, Note, and PowerPoint. It also has icons for Access, Outlook, and Publisher. None of this software appears to be pre-activated for any kind of promo period though. Oddly there are two different instances of Note with different icons in the start menu. The system has one icon for “Note” and another for “Note 2016.” Otherwise system is fairly light on bloatware. As far as performance goes, it should be noted that this comes with an i7-Y processor and not an i7-U processor. Intel recently changed their naming conventions and rebranded their Core M chips as Y processors. The processor doesn't have quite as much raw power as its U counterpart, but it's more than adequate for daily tasks. The only time I noticed any dips in performance were when I tried doing some gaming and light video editing. It managed both tasks well enough, but performance was not up to what I would consider to be i7 standards. It should be noted though that this laptop isn't intended for either of these purposes. Hooking up to an external graphics card enclosure using the included Thunderbolt port may dramatically improve performance for these two tasks in the future. Overall, I'm very pleased with this laptop and would recommend purchasing it if you need a premium general duty laptop for word processing, light design work, and social media.
I would recommend this to a friend
Excellent Build, Comapct Size, Super Fast PerfJuly 10, 2017
I can start by saying the laptop is beautiful. The design and aesthetic are awesome! The Infinity Edge display is gorgeous, although has enough of a bezel around the edge that calling it “Infinity Display” is a little misleading. Build quality feels solid and the aluminum and carbon fiber design makes the laptop feel premium, to go along with the price tag. The overall size of the computer is very compact and is a perfect companion for travel, while maintaining that full 13” Full HD display. In fact, this one only takes up about 2/3 of the overall size of my other “fruit” branded laptop of the same size, and is much thinner. Spoiler Alert however, I have the black model and it’s a fingerprint magnet. I mean, prepare a soft cloth and keep it nearby if fingerprints annoy you because this thing is covered in very noticeable fingerprints VERY easily. Out of the box it booted very quickly and I had the computer up and running in about 10 mins. I will say, one thing I wasn’t expecting to have to deal with, is how to efficiently open the lid. Yep, opening this thing is a bit tricky. The display lid sits a tad forward of the bottom lip when closed, so the traditional way you would think of opening the display lid don’t really work here. I have found that I need to hold the laptop on both sides and use my thumbs to pop the display open. Not a deal breaker, but very odd that opening the lid is so frustrating, and I’ve seen other reviews that state this same fact, so something for Dell to think about going forward. After a quick download and install of all the necessary Windows 10 and software updates, I was up and running. The 7th Gen Core i7 and 16GB of RAM means one thing – this thing flies. It barely needs to lift a finger to do anything that’s not resource intensive (gaming or heavy video editing, etc.) or when you’re not super multitasking. But with those specs, you can do all of those things. Now the graphics card is not for full blown PC gaming enthusiasts, but this laptop is not aimed at them. But you can do PC gaming and the laptop handles it admirably. I was also able to open multiple programs at once, both on board and internet connected, and the laptop never skipped a beat. Never once, have I had to wait for anything to happen. And doing everything on this Full HD display is a treat. The colors are true and the resolution is superb. With couple all of this with a SSD HDD, it makes virtually no noise, and everything is super-fast and snappy, as there are no moving parts here. Boot time from OFF is about 8-10 secs to the DELL load screen and about 15-20 seconds overall to get to the Windows 10 Home screen. Boot time from sleep is about 1-3 seconds. The stereo speakers are nice, and are a nice upgrade to standard laptop audio thanks to the Waves MaxxAudio tuning, but nothing that makes you forget this is still a laptop and the sound is from a laptop. Connections are something to consider with this one for sure. You get (2) USB-C ports and one of them is a branded Thunderbolt port, and it does come with a USB-C to USB-3 dongle, to attach other legacy USB devices. USB-C is becoming the standard, so nothing I wasn’t expecting here. The USB-C ports also power external devices, so a nice touch there. The only other ports you get are a headphone jack and a MicroSD card slot. Now the MicroSD card slot I find sort of funny. I and most people I know don’t use MicroSD for portability or transferring files from device to device. Those are primarily for onboard storage expansion. So having a MicroSD card slot is sort of a waste to me. Having a full size SD card slot would have been nice, allowing me to transfer files from other devices and cameras to the laptop, but if you wanted onboard expansion with this unit, you have it would the MicroSD slot. Network connections are fast and true. This unit supports AC wireless as you’d expect, and the connection is fast and strong. I get full connection link rate of 866Mbs to my router at all times and the wireless card provides super-fast internet connectivity as well. The Bluetooth connectivity is also very good here as well, great for attaching Bluetooth peripherals like keyboards and mice, etc. leaving you the ability to use the USB-C ports for other devices like monitors and external HDDs. The webcam is placed sort of oddly below the display, and the 720p resolution does a serviceable job at video streaming on apps like Skype, and if you convert the laptop to “tent” mode, you can have the camera placed at the top of the screen so you’re not staring oddly down at the bottom of the display during video calls. Keyboard is fast and responsive and the backlight is nice. Nice response and click travel to the keys. The fingerprint sensor is also very fast and has not failed once for me. The convertible aspect of this unit is what I was really interested in trying. And it didn’t disappoint. Converting to tablet mode is effortless. Simply flip the display back, accept the message to convert to tablet mode and that’s it. You can orient the display in either landscape or portrait depending on the app you’re using, and the touch screen felt super snappy and responsive. I was very impressed with the screen touch responsiveness. No lag no dead spots, it was as close to using a smartphone or tablet that I can imagine. Very impressed. Overall I love this laptop and it’s going to replace my other “fruit” branded model for most of my laptop needs, including travel. Great unit!
I would recommend this to a friend
Perfect laptop if you travel a lotJuly 7, 2017
I love this laptop. It is the perfect laptop for work. I travel between two different buildings and when I put this laptop in my backpack, I barely noticed it. It fit easily and it was comfortable to carry. The real test is when I rode my bike to work with the laptop in my backpack. It was super easy and comfortable too. The laptop took up minimum space on my desk and is perfect for my traveling work life. The display is awesome. It uses Dell's Infinity Edge that makes the bezels super small and you really don't notice them at all. Touch screen was very receptive and I had no issues with the touch screen. Colors seemed nice and accurate to me, but I basically use the laptop for MS Office apps, Chrome and a few other work related non graphics intense programs. I can not speak for gaming or hooking up the laptop to a larger monitor. As for the power of the XPS, the laptop uses the Y processor which is fan less and makes the laptop super quiet. The laptop comes with 16 GB ram and 512 GB SSD which makes the computer fast. This is my first SSD and it is a huge difference with starting up programs, multi tasking and day to day operations. The processor is fine for my needs but it isn't fast enough for serious gamers. Connectivity is good. I had no issues with wifi and it worked as well as my last laptop. With the smaller size there are not a lot of ports, it does come with a USB type C connector which is nice but you will probably want to buy a dongle if you plan on hooking up a lot of things to your lap top. At least it comes with an SD card reader. I liked the keyboard. Spacing was nice and easy for me to learn and get used to quickly. I liked how the keyboard lights up when it gets dark, a nice feature to have. The speakers are nice, but nothing earth shattering. Watching You Tube videos was fine. This is a 2 in 1 laptop so you can fold it back to turn it into a table which is nice. I enjoyed this when using the laptop at home. It is a very thing laptop so when it was in tablet mode it was easy to hold and carry. The small bezels really improved the tablet feel too. My only complaint is that the front camera is on the bottom of the display. When using the camera sometimes people had a weird shot up my nose, but with a little adjustment they had a nicer view of me. This is the laptop for someone who takes their laptop everywhere with them and needs an efficient, light weight easily transportable laptop.
I would recommend this to a friend
Impressive Performance, small form factorJuly 6, 2017
I had no idea how well this little laptop would work, and I was surprised at just how thin, light, and powerful this XPS is. It comes with a lot of specs to rival the newest Macbooks with the m3 processor, but packs more punch. When you first power it on, you'll marvel at the clear screen, and are promptly on your way to setup and updating. I recommend doing all the updates to fully enjoy it's performance. I installed World of Warcraft, a popular MMO, to see how well the Intel 615 graphics could handle it. It's not going to be the most visually appealing experience, in terms of graphics settings. However, on the lowest graphic setting, it's quite easy to play and forget you're on a basic graphic setting. Framerate ranged from 30 fps in a highly populated area, up to around 80 fps when in a cave with little in the background. You're probably wondering how I played the game, given that the laptop doesn't have a standard USB port. Thankfully, Dell thought of that too, and included a USB C to USB 3 dongle. You can connect it to the port labeled as a Display Port (also a USB C port) on the opposite side of the USB port used for charging. Using the dongle, I was able to plug in any number of USB devices (mouse included). Like any laptop running under pressure, it does get a little warm, but not as warm as the larger laptops. So you won't need to worry about burning with this on your lap. It boots up quickly, and in tablet mode, you'll be impressed with how great the response is to drawing, writing, or doing markups on a document. I haven't used a "convertible" laptop before, but this one has won me over. The only issue I ran into, was using the finger print sensor. Most of the time, I found myself having to type my PIN to login. Once I ran the fingerprint setup again, it was much more responsive. Just be prepared to re do the setup if your finger print isn't detected properly. Overall, I'm really impressed with this laptop, and I love how easily it tackles every work tasks (used the office suite), web browsing, moving playing, and casual gaming with ease. If you're wondering, "should I buy this or the Macbook?" Just go ahead and buy this. You get a lot more for the money.
I would recommend this to a friend
Good, Bad and it's a really nice looking laptopJuly 9, 2017
Simple Answer: Yes I like this laptop and is it worth it's price....it depends. When I first got this laptop the unboxing experience was pretty much the same you see in all laptops. First thing that surprised me was the fact that it uses USB-C for charging. One thing you should know is that it is a special laptop USB-C charger so don't think that getting any USB-C charger will give you the same charge as the one presented in the box. Once you get the unit out of the box it is gorgeous. Simplistic design for sure but that isn't always a bad thing a premium aluminum build. The next thing you'll notice is that screen which even though it's only 1080p it is almost bezel less. Which in this case is a good and a bad thing because since it is bezel that means the camera has to be next to the keyboard which is not a place I would have preferred. The last thing when it comes to design is it has no real ports. The price you play for something that is small and lightweight sadly. Now it's time for performance and this does perform well playing a few online games that are very demanding I felt this breezed through it which I was surprised since it doesn't have any real high end graphics card. The keyboard is buttery smooth and I've purchased laptops for winning ergonomic keyboard awards in the past and I definitely love typing on this keyboard more. Yup using it now to write this review. If you are like me and you weren't sure about having the 2-1 computer scenario I will say this it's a nice addition which has now become my daily driver when it comes to Netflix or basic internet surfing. Final thoughts on this laptop are if you are looking for a small compact laptop as your daily driver for work and for play. Yes I would recommend this unit. The unit is blazing fast and build with premium materials. If your looking for gaming laptop, I will say I'm surprised but yeah it performed really well in my testing with a okay graphics card. The only thing I wish is the price was a little more reasonable but with fun features like the fingerprint scanner it's not too unreasonable when you compare to other on the market. I enjoy this laptop and I think you will too. Thanks for reading my review and I hope it helped.
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WOWJuly 8, 2017
What an amazing little computer! The InfinityEdge screen is a thing of beauty! The picture is sharp, bright and just amazing, and this is just the FHD 1920x1080 model. The unit ships with Windows 10 but does not include the latest update so it took about an hour for initial setup and updates. Dell includes a 12-month subscription to McAfee® LiveSafe and a Microsoft Office trial. The installed office suite is 32bit and will need to be uninstalled prior to installing 64bit if that’s what you choose. I’m not a fan of McAfee products and will most likely uninstall it and just use windows defender which has worked fine for me so far. I was concerned about compatibility with my existing peripherals as this unit only has two USB C jacks and was relieved to see a USB C to USB 3 adapter was included in the box. The back-lit keyboard is usable and the keys have a good solid touch to them, making it easy for touch typists. The trackpad is a decent size but I struggle with it with taps. Not sure if that’s due to the OS or the hardware. It does recognize gestures and you can customize the three and four finger swipes. I’ve only had the laptop for a couple of days and the battery life is really good. It lasted a whole day at the office on one charge. The finger print reader has been spot on, recognizing my programmed fingers on the first try every time. The processor is an I7 at 1.6 GHz with turbo boost to 3.6 GHz. I was able to edit video using the latest Adobe Premiere Pro although it was made somewhat difficult due to the screen size and track pad, the laptop was able to handle it easily. The computer also plays back full screen video with ease. This is a 2-1 and the display flips back and folds flat against the keyboard. When this happens, the OS automatically changes from laptop to tablet mode, shutting the keyboard off. It supports a pen but needs to be purchased separately from Dell. This uses a Wacom digitizer and I’m told it will work with any pen made for that technology. I can tell you a Microsoft Surface pen does not work and neither does the older pen used on the Dell Venue Pro 8. I imagine there are times when this will be useful but the screen size makes it just look awkward, sort of like an 8.5x14 piece of paper. There is a memory card slot but it’s for the MicroSD cards. I used this to create the recovery software and other than taking quite a while, it worked fine. I believe the time was just the OS and nothing to do with the hardware or card used. There are speakers and they have a decent volume but the sound is somewhat tinny. Overall this is one solid laptop and I highly recommend it to anyone who needs something this size. I am looking forward to traveling with this laptop, replacing my 2011 MacBook Pro! Pros: Solid build, look and feel. Screen, even though the description incorrectly states it’s the QHD+, it is not, it is the FHD, it is AMAZING Keyboard. It is a bit smaller than the MacBook Pro but still very usable and excellent key response and feel. Battery life. Charging from either side via the USB C connector. Included USB C to USB 3 adapter Totally silent. All this power and no fans needed for cooling. This means the unit does get a bit warm when sitting in your lap. Cons: Trackpad, again not sure if it’s a setting or the hardware. I will most likely use a Bluetooth mouse. No pen included No HDMI, VGA or other video out adapters included.
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Fast, stylish, lightweight, A really nice 2-in-1July 7, 2017
I absolutely love this laptop. It has fantastic build quality, weighs little over 2lbs and is extremely easy to handle. After downloading the initial updates which took around an hour it was simple to setup and the fingerprint sensor is really quick. Windows Hello is a great feature and works wonderfully with the XPS. The charger is USB C which is nice and the unit seems to hold battery really well. It charges pretty quick too. The keyboard is back lit and the typing experience is one that i found quite pleasant. The ravel on the keys is just enough while still allowing for that low form factor. It has a great track pad too, really smooth and precise. The display is wonderful. with almost edge to edge screen you really wont get anything else much like it. Dell has nailed this screen. its excellent. Its good for some light gaming and can play games like OverWatch, dont expect it to be some super high end gaming device but you can run some things on this with the integrated graphics. One negative for me is the placement of the webcam, i wont use it often so its not really an issue for me but may be for some as its located below the display meaning your 1-2 chins may look like 5-6 chins lol. Overall its a great device thats extremely stylish, its light and compact making it easy to travel with and its powerful to get things done, be it AutoCad, PhotoShop, light gaming or just daily tasks. Highly recommend!
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Great long term laptop!July 3, 2017
This is an awesome laptop if you want to use for a very long time. I can easily see using for for the next 5-6 years. Also for people reading this review, This model si the cheapest at bestbuy, configuing the same on dell/any other retailer is way more expensive!
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