For now, the XPS 13 has received 9 reviews and 18 hands-on reviews. The most notable changes are the 16:10 screen ratio, amazing claimed 19 hours of battery life and 10th Gen Intel processor. I wouldn’t be surprised if this year’s Dell will become the best-rated laptop of 2020. Reviews are coming in slowly, so just wait a little more!
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Excellent Battery Life
Really great 16:10 nearly bezel-less display
No SD card reader
Price (when not discounted)
There are some complaints that the webcam isn’t top-notch
Gordon shows off the next iteration of the laptop that kicked off the narrow-bezel revolution – Dell’s XPS 13. Among the upgrades are a 16×10 aspect ratio screen, a smaller, lighter, and thinner body, and Intel’s 10nm Core i7-1065G “Ice Lake” CPU.
Dell has been able to play it safe with its class-leading XPS 13 laptops, but we’ve been wondering where the pioneering spirit and risk-taking had gone. Turns out, they were going to the XPS 2-in-1 for a while, and now the resulting improvements are appearing in the new Dell XPS 13 9300 (2020).
Dell has refreshed its XPS 13 laptops at CES 2020. The laptop now comes with 10th Generation Intel Core processor, 4K 16:10 display and more. The camera is on top and the refreshed versions support Windows Hello authentication as well, along with slimmer bezels around the display. The trackpad is also slightly larger and it comes in black and white colour models.
The XPS 13 rocks up every year in January to remind the competition that it’s the best small form-factor laptop around, and the 2020 model is no different.
This time around Dell is so confident that it isn’t even looking to the competition for inspiration – it’s just borrowed the best bits of its own XPS 13 2-in-1 from mid-2019 instead.
The Dell XPS 13 is all-new for 2020 with the redesigned and upgraded 9300 model. Its basically gone from a really good ultrabook to literally one of the best ultrabooks we’ve ever seen. In this review we go over what’s new, performance, battery life and more!
Dell has managed to refine the XPS 13 into an even better ultraportable, with thinner display bezels, a wider and more comfortable keyboard, and a more modern design. It’s everything we want in a compact notebook.
The new XPS 13 is constructed of machined aluminum, carbon fiber, woven glass fiber and Corning Gorilla Glass and packs a 13.4-inch, 16:10 display in an 11-inch form factor that Dell said should still fit neatly on an airplane tray…