Dell XPS 13ULT-4289sLV Touchscreen Laptop

May 27, 2015 - Comment

The innovative design of XPS 13 enables an expansive 13.3″ display in a compact body similar to an 11″ laptop. Take your XPS 13 anywhere you travel with its razor-thin 6-18mm (.24″-.71″) profile and 2.99lbs weight. Features Everything. And more. Travel confidently with this award-winning, thin and powerful Ultrabook featuring a 13″ display with optional

The innovative design of XPS 13 enables an expansive 13.3″ display in a compact body similar to an 11″ laptop. Take your XPS 13 anywhere you travel with its razor-thin 6-18mm (.24″-.71″) profile and 2.99lbs weight.

Features


Everything. And more.

Travel confidently with this award-winning, thin and powerful Ultrabook featuring a 13″ display with optional Full HD in a compact form similar to an 11″ laptop.

More brilliant than ever

Thoughtful design.It goes beyond beauty. Bonded Corning Gorilla Glass, machined aluminum and carbon fiber are incorporated to enhance the performance of this Ultrabook. Inspired by Intel.

Strikingly thin, with more room to view.The XPS 13 Ultrabook is a slim 6 mm (0.24) at its thinnest point — only 18 mm (0.71) at its thickest point — and features a 13.3″ HD display cleverly fit into a footprint that’s similar to an 11″ laptop.

Refined features.XPS 13 Ultrabook feels as good as it looks, thanks to a comfort-designed keyboard and a sleek, gesture-enabled glass touch pad.

Strikingly thin, with more room to view.

Turns on instantly.The XPS 13 Ultrabook boots from cold in as little as 12 seconds. Whatever state your laptop is in, it comes back in a snap, less than 3 seconds when it’s in sleep mode and less than 5 seconds from deep sleep. A solid-state drive and Intel Rapid Start Technology make it possible.

Always up to date.Intel Smart Connect Technology keeps your email, contacts, calendar and social networks up to date, even when your XPS 13 Ultrabook is in sleep mode.

Powerful performance.With 4th Gen Intel Core processors, this Ultrabook, inspired by Intel, is now twice as fast as our last-generation model, delivering the speed and performance you’ve come to expect from the XPS family.

Specifications

Processor4th Generation Intel Core i5-4210U processor (3M Cache, up to 2.7 GHz)Operating SystemWindows 8.1 64-bit, EnglishMemory8GB DDR3 1600MHzVideo GraphicsIntel HD Graphics 4400Hard Drive128GB mSATA Solid State DriveMultimedia DriveNo Optical DriveMedia Card ReaderNo Media Card Reader, includes USB 3.0BiometricsFastAccess Facial RecognitionBluetoothBluetooth tied to wireless cardDisplay13.3 inch LED Backlit Touch Display with Truelife and FHD resolution (1920 x 1080)Fax/Data ModemHDMI – NoWireless ConnectivityIntel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260 + Bluetooth 4.0AudioHD Audio with Waves MaxxAudioB. ProKeyboardBacklit Keyboard – EnglishBattery55 WHr 6-Cell BatteryWarranty and Support1Yr In-Home WarrantySoftware 1No Antivirus SoftwareSoftware 2Microsoft Office Trial (OHT13M)Software 3Microsoft Signature ImageSoftware 5[C3F4MSC] Cycle 3 Additional SW MSSIDisclaimer3US PowerCord 2.5A 1M C5 E5 with DLabel45 Watt A/C AdapterOtherWIDI Software & Application (Intel Wireless Required)

Comments

Kyle "cylem" says:

Many hits, just a couple misses The Dell XPS 13 is a premium, 13 inch ultrabook made from carbon fiber and aluminum. It has all the power and most of the features you’d expect in an ultrabook. But what differentiates it?Design: The first thing that attracted me to the XPS 13 is the design. The bezel is much smaller than most notebooks, and makes the screen look much better without the giant black borders, I really love the screen on this. The chassis itself is a great and bad design. Firstly, it’s smaller than your average 13 inch, cradling somewhere between 11.6 and 13.3 inch ultrabooks. This was a big selling point because I wanted the most portability out of my device. Now the looks are pretty good, the top metal finish looks good but too plain, the carbon fiber on the bottom and sides looks decent, but not as premium as a aluminum, or different textured finish would have been. One problem I have with the design is the bottom has 2 bars going across to lift the bottom off the table…

Nima says:

Mediocre for the Price After having this laptop for a week, here are my thoughts:For a 1000$ laptop, it should not be having issues such as coil whine or trackpad jumping. When the backlight is on, there is an absolutely annoying coil whine that does not get better. Even at times when the backlight is off, but the cpu is at the slightest load, the coil whine returns. This, in my mind, is absolutely pathetic for such an expensive laptop. Another major issue that I have been having is jumpiness of the trackpad. I am not sure whether it is because I am not used to it, or the trackpad is just too sensitive, but this does not affect my usage too much.Onto the good parts of the computer:The laptop is made with excellent material quality in mind. It feels like a macbook, but even more refined. The keyboard is excellent quality, and the matte finish on the interior is very nice. The laptop is fairly fast for an ssd. I have noticed some lag, but this was while downloading…

Radovan says:

Incredibly well done PC 0

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