Dell XPS13 Touchscreen Ultrabook

October 21, 2015

What do you want in a laptop? We all have different needs. Typically something easy to carry is a big plus. Who doesn’t want a beautiful screen? Of course you want good speed. You can get all of those things in the Dell XPS13 Touchscreen Ultrabook.


Let’s start with portability as it weighs 2.8 pounds. I’m used to a laptop that weighs 8-9 pounds so it would feel like nothing to carry something this light! The screen is 13.3 inches and goes almost to the edge of the case. Not only does it look good, but it fits a bigger screen into a chassis that typically only has an 11 inch screen. The screen also features QHD+ resolution, 3200×1800 pixels to be exact, so you get lots of pixels on the screen.

Part of speed depends on the processor and get to choose which processor. Instead of a mechanical drive, it has a SSD drive so disk-related activity is also screaming fast. For those who need to work off of the battery, it lasts up to 15 hours. So this is a really powerful computer in a very compact package!

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