Saturday, July 2, 2016

Dell XPS 13 Core i7, 1TB Hard Disk, 16GB Ram, Specifications, Pros and Cons

Description

The Dell XPS is the worlds slimiest 13-Inch display laptop with less weight and easy to carry around laptop. This a powerful laptop back with quality features and high configuration, do if you are looking to get a new laptop, you can consider this Dell XPS 13, You will enjoy it.

The laptop is full loaded with improved performance, upgraded usability, stunning display, long lasting battery life, windows OS 10, 6th Gen Intel® Core™ processor, 1TB Hard Disk and fully constructed with premium materials. I believe the main aim is to improve user experience because the laptop is just to awesome.

The XPS 13 has Longest battery life of up to 18 hours, 14 minutes of battery life with FHD display, with an option to add an additional 10 hours 6 with the optional Dell Power Companion.

Also, the laptopis  powered with Powerful 6th Gen Intel® Core™ processors, 16GB memory/ram and the latest Intel HD graphics that offers high speed and reliability with an ability to boot and resume in seconds with the latest solid state drives now with faster PCIe options up to 1TB4, and get up to 16GB4 of memory

Specification of Dell XPS 13 Laptop
  • Display: 13.3-Inch UltraSharp Quad HD Display
  • Dimension(H x W x D): 15 x 304 x 200 mm
  • Weight: 1.29kg
  • Operating System: Windows OS 10
  • Processor: Intel® 6th Gen Core™ i7 6560U (2.2GHz/4MB cache)
  • Ram: 16GB
  • Hard Disk: 1TB (1000GB)
  • Video Card: Intel® HD Graphics 520
  • Battery Life: 18 Hours
  • Battery Capacity: 56WHr
Pros of Dell XPS 13
  • Fast performance
  • Long lasting battery life
  • Touchscreen
  • Lightweight
Cons of Dell IPS 13
  • Off-centered webcam
  • Expensive
  • No Ethernet port 
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