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Review: a month with Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 2019 (model 7390)

11 thoughts on “Review: a month with Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 2019 (model 7390)

  1. Before anything else, thanks for taking the time to make the video, it is enlightening !

    I have a question, if you don't mind: when using it in "tablet mode", isn't the keyboard forced against the surface? Or even when using it in your hands, doesn't it feel a bit cumbersome to be clicking on the keyboard on the other side of the screen ? (I'm assuming the system ignores the keyboard input)

  2. Thanks for the review; very helpful. Just a comment regarding Thunderbolt: I have a Thunderbolt port on my Dell Latitude and use it with TB15 (the older version of TB16) and it works very reliably. I also use an external GPU at times using that port and that has always worked too.

  3. i do lots of writing in laptop.i am a student. is writing smooth in it with stylus ?whether you suggest me xps or hp spectre 13?

  4. I have been using the Dell XPS 13 2 in 1 i7/32 GB/1 TB for a month and I've noticed a few issues:
    1. The fingerprint reader is completely unreliable, every time I expect it to unlock it just redirects me to the PIN unlock.
    2. The brightness buttons on the keyboard have stopped working, I can now only change the brightness through the brightness control settings.
    3. The button on top of the pen does not work at all although I have configured the settings to open apps when I click the pen buttons.

    The DELL support is completely unprofessional they take half a day to redirect phone calls to other departments and the issue just keeps hanging. I'm now rethinking if I committed a terrible mistake going with this laptop.

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