2015 Newest Model Dell XPS13 Touchscreen Ultrabook – the World’s First Infinity Display of 13.3 inch QHD+ (3200 x 1800) Touchscreen, 5th Gen Intel Core i7-5500U Processor up to 3.0GHz / 8GB DDR3 / 256GB SSD / Windows 8.1 Professional (Certified Refurbished)

November 2, 2015 - Comment

Introducing the Dell XPS13 2015 Newest Model: an Ultimate Ultra-Portable Laptop: Premium Construction, Excellent Portability, Fifth-Generation Intel Core i7 Power-the New Dell XPS13 is 30% More Efficient than Previous Models. It Also Features the World’s First Infinity Display, a Virtually Borderless 13-inch Screen Placed into the Body of an 11-inch Laptop. With an Industry-Best 15

Introducing the Dell XPS13 2015 Newest Model: an Ultimate Ultra-Portable Laptop:
Premium Construction, Excellent Portability, Fifth-Generation Intel Core i7 Power-the New Dell XPS13 is 30% More Efficient than Previous Models. It Also Features the World’s First Infinity Display, a Virtually Borderless 13-inch Screen Placed into the Body of an 11-inch Laptop. With an Industry-Best 15 hours of Battery Life, the XPS13 Keeps You Powered up for Full Days of Work and Long Nights of Play. Compared to the Apple MacBook Air 13, this XPS 13 is 23% Smaller with the Same Size Screen. Light weight of 2.6 lbs makes it a breeze to carry wherever you’re headed. No junkware or trialware, ensuring it is always clean, fast, and protected.

Display:
13.3-inch Full HD (3200 x 1800) Infinity Display

Processor:
5th Generation Intel Core i7-5500U 2.1GHz (4M Cache, up to 3.00 GHz)

Memory & Hard Drive:
8GB DDR3L 1600MHz RAM 256 GB Solid-State Drive

Operating System:
Microsoft? Windows 8.1 Professional(64-bit)

Power Supply:
52 WHr, 4-cell Li-Polymer Battery for up to 15 hrs AC Power Adapter

Wireless:
802.11ac (Miracast Enabled) Bluetooth 4.0

Audio:
Waves MaxxAudio

Keyboard:
Backlit Keyboard Touchpad Pointing Device with Multi-touch Control

Additional Information:
Dimensions: 11.98″W x 7.88″D x 0.33-0.60″H Weight: 2.60lbs

Comments

Charles Profitt says:

Dell XPS 13 9343 – Developer Edition Background:My last laptop was a Lenovo T530 that I purchased in October of 2012. When I ordered this laptop I was torn between the X1 Carbon, X230 and the T530. What tilted the scales for me was the 1920×1080 resolution on the T530 and the quality of the panel. The laptop weighed in at more than 5.6lbs and I decided I wanted a lighter weight laptop. Earlier this year I replaced my work laptop, a Lenovo W520, with a Lenovo X1 Carbon. At that time the Dell XPS 13 Developer Editiion was not available, This time around the contenders were the Lenovo X1 Carbon, Lenovo X250 and the Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition. The options were the X1 Carbon at $1,268.10 (14″ 1920×1080 non-IPS screen), the X250 at $1,259.10 (12.6″ 1920×1080 IPS Screen) and the Dell XPS 13 at $944 (on sale).Ordering, Shipping and Packaging:The first thing I have to mention is that Dell was extremely quick in delivering the laptop. I ordered the device on Friday June 12th and it was…

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