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The Dell XPS 13 Is Now Way Faster, Smaller, and Available in White

Dell’s XPS 13 is one of the top ultraportables on the market. But after three years of spec refreshes without touching the design, things were beginning to feel a bit stale. That’s why for 2018, Dell is overhauling its premium ultraportable with a revamped chassis in addition to 8th-gen Intel CPUs, and claims of even better battery life. Oh, and for the first time, the XPS 13 also comes in white. Read More >>

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Dell’s New XPS 12 is a Surface Clone With a Keyboard You Will Actually Want to Use

Dell has just announced a new Windows tablet called XPS 12, which uses a series of magnets to turn into a laptop, along with a refresh of its existing XPS 13 and XPS 15 laptops. Read More >>

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Dell’s New XPS 13 Hands On: A Sleek, Slick, Rock Solid Laptop Dreamboat

On paper, Dell's new XPS 13 seems impossibly good for the $800 (UK price TBC) starter price. It leaves you thinking "what's the catch?" I just saw it in person, and to be honest I couldn't find it. This thing seems fantastic. Read More >>

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Dell’s New XPS 13 Sounds Like the Laptop of My Dreams

15 hours of battery life. A gorgeous 13-inch display that looks like it's floating in air. Silky carbon fibre sandwiched between shiny aluminium. Starting at just $800 (£528). My only question about the new Dell XPS 13: what's the catch? Read More >>

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Why Does Dell’s Ubuntu-Powered XPS 13 Cost More Than Its Windows Equivalent?

Dell's Ubuntu-powered XPS 13, codenamed Project Sputnik, started life as an internal R&D project. Now it's grown up and is available to buy online in the US—but why does it cost more than a Windows equivalent? Read More >>

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Best Ultrabook: Dell XPS 13

Engineers at Dell must be on aFast and Furious kick too! They've clearly decided to live life a quarter-mile at a time, and swaddled their XPS 13 with carbon fiber. Read More >>

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Dell XPS 13: A Carbon Fibre-Ass Makes This Ultrabook Light and Sturdy

Dell's XPS 13 is their official entry into the Ultrabook market. On the outside, it doesn't look terribly different from other Ultrabooks (hello teardrop design!), but a closer examination reveals that Dell took a very interesting approach to the materials they used in their machine. Namely, carbon fibre. Read More >>