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Dell XPS 13 (2018)

DellReleased on 1/9/2018
Ultra portable Form factor
Ultrabook Type
MSRP $999.99

Review

The redesigned Dell XPS 13 doesn’t reinvent the laptop’s winning formula, but does offer much-needed tweaks including the latest Intel hardware and a thinner, lighter body. Is it enough to keep Dell’s laptop at the top of our ratings?

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Dell XPS 13 (2018)
Release date
1/9/2018
Release price
$999.99
Form factor
Ultra portable
Type
Ultrabook
Screen size
13.3 in
Operating system
Microsoft Windows
Backlit keyboard
Yes
06/04/2018
$1,499.00
Ultra portable
Ultrabook
13.3 in
Microsoft Windows
Yes
10/1/2017
$1,400.00
Ultra portable
Ultrabook
13.3 in
Microsoft Windows
Yes
08/28/2017
$1,399.00
Ultra portable
Ultrabook
13.3 in
Microsoft Windows
Yes
01/16/2016
$1,224.99
Ultra portable
Ultrabook
13.3 in
Microsoft Windows
Yes
10/16/2013
$999.99
Ultra portable
Ultrabook
13.3 in
Microsoft Windows
 
 
 
Ultra portable
Ultrabook
13.3 in
Microsoft Windows
 
 
 
Ultra portable
Ultrabook
13.3 in
Microsoft Windows
 
 
 
Ultra portable
Ultrabook
13.3 in
Microsoft Windows
 
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Dell
American PC manufacturer Dell a California-based computer manufacturer, best known for making all-in-one desktop and laptop PCs, as well as PC peripherals such as keyboards, monitors and printers. Before it became an incorporated enterprise, founder Michael Dell got into the PC business selling computers built from stock components out of his University of Texas dorm room. The company expanded into one of the largest PC manufacturers in the industry by making PCs with third-party components to keep costs down. Today, Dell is still known for making “made-to-order” PCs for personal use, as well as commercial-grade computing equipment, such as servers.