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The New Dell XPS 13 (2018) Review: Still the Best?



Dell XPS 13 (2017) Review:

Last year’s Dell XPS 13 was one of our favorite laptops of the year. This year, Dell is back with a new model and new refinements to what was already a great laptop. Check out the video to learn more about Dell’s new ultra-portable machine.

-Review Unit Specs-
Rose Gold with Alpine White woven glass fiber palmrest
8th Generation Intel Core i7-8550U Processor (8M Cache, up to 4.0 GHz)
16GB LPDDR3 2133MHz
512GB PCIe Solid State Drive
Intel® UHD Graphics 620
13.3” 4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160) InfinityEdge touch display
52WHr Battery
$2099

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34 thoughts on “The New Dell XPS 13 (2018) Review: Still the Best?

  1. Ifound this in black but refurbeshed looks like new with your exact config i7 8gen 16g ram 512ssd 4k touch. Fingerprint… For 900€/ 6months warranty. should i get it?

  2. It doesn't make sense, does it? In my region the xps 13 is almost the same price as the 15'' 9570 with 1050ti i7 H ?!?

  3. I have an XPS 13 from 2016 and I will probably only get XPS 13 in the future. That being said, I refuse to get one until they fix this camera issue. I should not be paying $2000 for a laptop with such an easily solvable problem. End the neck fat view!

  4. I just received my Dell XPS 9370 13” 4K UHD Touch Laptop and I had high expectations but I was let down.
    First of all the keyboard is tight and it cramps my fingers as I am a fluent typer. It could also use a bit more hand space on the side of the keyboard.
    The backlight for the keyboard turns off after two seconds and I constantly hit the mousepad to turn it back on so I can see the keys before I type (in the dark).
    The screen resolution looks no different than the 1920×1080, just thought I’d put that out there.
    The thin bezel on the screen is a nuisance because every time I go to re-position the laptop I inadvertently close a web page or document I’m working on because you are touching the corner of the actual picture on the screen where the “x” lies due to no bezel to grab.
    The speakers are on the sides, which reduces your listening experience quite a bit.
    That useless camera! You can’t see how you actually look on the screen because of the angle, when you are looking directly at your screen the camera is showing under your chin and up your nostrils, and when you look directly down into the camera to get a straight image of your face and eyes looking directly at the screen you won’t be able to see it yourself, so much for taking selfies or video chatting.
    If the had to take these measures to make a lighter laptop I’d rather deal with a couple extra pounds.

  5. WHY DO THEY KEEP PUTTING THE CAMERA THERE! Are they stupid? This is a deal breaker for so many people including me, they are literally losing customers. Such a moronic business decision. I want this laptop but that camera placement just doesn't let me. Jesus.

  6. 1. Get rid of the dell logo and give us a 3:2 or 16:10 display. 2. Keep at least one usb-A port (if hp X360 2 in 1 can do it, so can Dell). 3. Don't ever list the 4gb ram option for a laptop of this caliber. 4. Give us a black or space grey color option.

  7. The think I don't like the rose gold on the xps13 is the white is way too bright which might be too distracting working long hours on it.

  8. I also hate the white. Was wondering if I was the only person in the world with an unusual taste. Please review the matebook X Pro in comparison to this dell

  9. Hey, great review!

    Can I ask would u recommend this (top spec) model for use as a main/portable 4K video editing device?
    Thank u.

  10. Nice reviews – I bought the old 9360 with the 7th gen i5. I don't want to dongle to use basic USB ports and I only use basic productivity apps on my mobile machine. At the Dell outlet $630 for an 7th gen i5, 8G RAM, small SSD and a non-touch 1080P screen.

  11. Nice advertisment but the thing is plagued with bad Q&A also all I have seen do have coil whine when plugged in and the CPU throttels to a level where a t480s I5 version scores better at cinebench. Did I mention its noisy when plugged in? Also really bad ghosting on the display which shows in several reviews. Wireless card has issues as well (check reddit).
    Holy shit all those reviewers do show nothing but paid ads and I am sick of it.

  12. hey guys… what about the whining coil sound in this laptop… fixed or what? please help me… cause I'm willing to buy …

  13. I am this close to buying this until I read about the problems with Killer Wifi…Based on the Dell forum boards, this is a common problem…Has anyone encountered difficulty with wifi connection? This would be a deal breaker for me….

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