Review for dell XPS 13 for 1Emailer
I had previously had the Dell Inspiron 15R, and found it to be heavy and fragile. This laptop is both light and sturdy. It’s got a strong metal build. Strong central hinge.
USB ports, but other than that just the USB-C port that you’d need for anything else. Kind of annoying that you need to pay for the converters, but that’s the price you pay for a thin, lightweight laptop. Also has audio port and SD card port.
Excellent. This can definitely last a busy school day, maybe two if you don’t charge it. I watched a 2-hour movie (on airplane mode), then did some work for 30 minutes, and still had 75% charge left.
Camera is better this time
Feels good. Keyboard lighting works well. No problems here.
Everything I need. SSD works well. Had no problems.
Starting to see some wear, but it works well
It’s fast. For the note-taking, homework, research, movie-watching, or browsing, it can do what you want. You can play game with ease. Graphics are good..
High quality screen with no flaws after 3-4 months. It stretches to the corners of the laptop making it surprisingly big.
It’s not cheap. You’re paying for a quality laptop.
Average. Not extremely loud, but good enough for standard needs.
Overall, 9/10 laptop. I’d recommend it, but there’s little things here and there that could be better about it.
Dell XPS 13 Full Specifications
|Operating system||Windows 10|
|Processor||Intel Core i5 6th Gen 6200U|
|Base Clock Speed||2.3 GHz|
|Finger Print Sensor||No|
|Graphics Processor||Intel Integrated HD Graphics 520|
|Wi-Fi standards supported||802.11 ac|
Ports and slots
|Number of USB Ports||3|
|USB Ports||2 x USB 3.0|
|Multi Card Slot||SD Card Reader|