Introducing the Dell XPS13 2015 Newest Model: an Ultimate Ultra-Portable Laptop:

Premium Construction, Excellent Portability, Fifth-Generation Intel Core i5 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.


13.3-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080) Infinity Display


5th Generation Intel Core i5-5200U 2.2GHz with Intel Turbo Boost Technology up to 2.7GHz

Memory & Hard Drive:


128 GB Solid-State Drive

Operating System:

Microsoft® Windows 8.1 (64-bit)

Power Supply:

52 WHr, 4-cell Li-Polymer Battery for up to 15 hrs

AC Power Adapter


802.11ac (Miracast Enabled)

Bluetooth 4.0


Waves MaxxAudio


Backlit Keyboard

Touchpad Pointing Device with Multi-touch Control

I/O Ports & Slots:

2x USB 3.0

Mini DisplayPort

Memory Card Reader

Microphone Input / Headphone Output Combo Port


Additional Information:

Dimensions: 11.98″W x 7.88″D x 0.33-0.60″H

Weight: 2.60lbs

3 thoughts on “2015 Newest Model Dell XPS13 Ultrabook Computer – the World’s First 13.3″ FHD WLED Backlit Infinity Display, 5th Gen Intel Core i5-5200U Processor 2.2GHz / 4GB DDR3 / 128GB SSD / Windows 8.1

  1. Quentin Moore "The Tech Ranker" says:

    Dude, I got a Dell!!! And it’s Awesome!!! (Google for the Dell Dude reference. lol) Like everyone else, I saw all of the positive press the Dell XPS 13 received during CES 2015. Since the XPS 13 was made available for ordering right after it was announced, and since I needed a new laptop to replace my failed Microsoft Surface Pro 3 experiment, I decided to take a plunge and buy the latest and greatest thing.I like the Surface Pro 3, but I need a laptop that has good performance + a good keyboard + long battery life. So far the XPS 13 appears to have answered all of my prayers. Here are some of my quick thoughts on the device thus far:✔ PROS:- Beautiful “bezel-less” screen. Wide viewing angles. Can be viewed in direct sunlight- Thin screen bezel allows this 13″ laptop to fit within an 11″ laptop size chassis- Build quality is solid. There’s no flex in the keyboard or the bottom of the device- Thin, light weight, and ultra-portable. Its soft touch carbon fiber material looks and feels premium-…

  2. Wayne Ngo says:

    Quick Review My configuration: Core i5, 4 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD, 1080p matte display at $899 (Microsoft Store)Things I Like:+Looks:The aluminum finish is extremely clean. It’s a tad darker than Apple’s aluminum finish and both the lid and bottom are solid with that cold metal feel upon touch. The palm rest area has an interesting carbon fiber pattern that adds a unique look and has a very nice soft touch finish. The Dell logos on the lid and beneath the screen is tidy and minimalist.+Size & Weight:I considered the MBP 13″ Retina to be one of the smallest 13″ notebooks but the XPS 13 is even smaller thanks to the extremely thin bezels. The XPS 13 may not be the thinnest but it has the smallest foot print of any 13″ notebook – it’s basically the size of the MacBook Air 11″. I am very much enjoying the compact size and the associated lack of weight (2.6 lbs for my model).+Workmanship:Fit and finish are impeccable. Despite the small size,…

  3. Robert Francis says:

    XPS 13 – 2015 – Signature Edition from Microsoft Store Other reviewers have dealt with specs. I’d like to share more general impressions.This machine strikes me as the most unusual, unexpected, and exciting development in the laptop market since the Macbook Air debuted in 2008 and perhaps before that when the Titanium G4 Powerbook appeared back in 2000. (A close runner up would be the X1 Carbon from Lenovo.)There are several things about this computer that haven’t ceased to impress me from the time I brought it home a week ago.I can’t overstate the pleasure of the “infinity display.” The effect is something like the vastly greater sense of immersion people felt when first using the iPad and its full-screen apps. But here it’s different. It’s not the full screen effect so much as a kind of “levitating” screen effect. It’s as though you’re staring at a screen and nothing else. There is no edge or border to it. When you expand an app to take…

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