Dell XPS 13 Specs, Features: Device Is Now Faster, Smaller, and Available in White

For this year, Dell has made an overhaul of its ultraportable, the Dell XPS 13. The company has improved the device’s specs with touching the design. Users can now take advantage of the Dell’s XPS 13 revamped chassis with Intel CPUs 8th-gen process.

Aside from this, Dell also claims that its popular ultraportable has longer battery life and now, it is available in beautiful and classy white. The company’s ultraportable also comes in new rose gold color.Well, some tech-savvy users would wonder what’s the big changed that Dell did to XPS 13.

Actually, Dell XPS 13 does not look that different because it would still feature a brushed aluminium lid, a stylish chiclet-style keyboard, among other elegant physical features.


Dell XPS 13 specs and features


But what makes Dell XPS 13 popular is the device’s specifications. The company’s ultraportable has a thinner and lighter body. In fact, the company claims that it is 24 percent smaller by volume. It also weighs 2.68 pounds with a measurement of 11.9 x 7.8 x 0.46-inches at its thickest.


Others would claim that XPS 13’s size is an inch closer to Apple’s 12-inc MacBook. Not only Dell’s XPS 13 is improving regarding sizes, but the company’s Infinity Edge had also improved when it reduced the bezels to 4 millimeters, giving the new XPS 13 a display ratio of 80.7 percent.


On the other hand, Dell users can actually choose an 8th-Gen Intel Core i5-8250U CPU, or a Core i7-8550U chip, up to 16GB of random access memory. The company has also improved the XPS 13’s battery life. This means that users can enjoy watching a full HD streaming video for almost 20 hours.

Dell debuts XPS 13 Ultrabook at CES 2012

The popularity of Ultrabooks is quite evident since it first burst into the scene. There was the MacBook Air followed by the ASUS Zenbook UX31. Now comes Dell’s XPS 13.

The latter only weighs at 2.29 pounds and has a tapered design from .71 to .24 inches. It is pegged at $999 with an aluminum lid and carbon fiber chassis. Add to that its 13-inch screen and it certainly is one helluva gadget.

The entry level version comes with an i5 Core processor with a 128GB SSD and 4GB ram and a backlit keyboard. It is upgradeable to a 256SSD and i7 processor. It has a 300 nit, 1366×768 Gorilla Glass display, Intel HD 3000 graphics, Bluetooth 3.0 and the Smart Connect and Rapid Start both Intel technologies.

Dell is planning to release their Ultrabooks by February both consumer and business channels.

The XPS 13 also supports both 3.0 and 2.0 Bluetooth technology. It has a Mini Display Port, an audio jack and a 1.3 MP webcam. But just like the ASUS Zenbook, the XPS 13 doesn’t have an HDMI and no has no memory card slot.

Which makes us ask, if the MacBook Air, which is thinner than the XPS 13, has an SD card slot, why then does the latter don’t have any built in it?