The 2020 version of Dell’s venerable XPS 13 ultraportable laptop has a slightly larger display in a redesigned chassis that’s minutely more compact than its predecessors. It also boasts a significantly more futuristic design. The Dell XPS 13 (9300) is the updated 2020 version of the Dell XPS 13 (7390) which launched in 2019. It essentially builds on the same lines as its predecessor and refines them in terms of design and better internals. The stunning 4-sided Infinity Edge display enables us to bring a 6.8% larger 16:10 display to the 33.02cm (13 inch), all in a 2% smaller size when compare with previous generation, delivering a 91.5% screen to body ratio.


With 10th Gen InteI Core mobile processors, it’s now possible to enjoy incredibly immersive entertainment on a remarkably thin and light laptop. 10th Gen Intel Core processor-powered systems featuring the Intel Iris Plus graphics take a huge leap forward in gaming, streaming and creativity, pushing a smoother, more detailed and more vivid experience than ever before on highly portable devices. When you see the "Engineering for mobile performance" icon next to select configurations, you will know it is designed to keep up with your fast-paced life that delivers exceptional performance, anywhere, with the perfect combination of performance, responsiveness and lasting battery life.

 This laptop uses adaptive performance based on the latest Intel Dynamic Tuning Technology. With this new predictive and adaptive engine, our laptop is actively changing the power of its CPU to optimize your specific workload, increasing performance when you need it.


You'll experience incredibly long battery life —up to 18 hours, 49 minutes on a Full HD+ model when using when using productivity applications like Word or Excel or up to 11 hours, 51 minutes when streaming Netflix. On our UHD panel, get up to 12 hours and 13 minutes using productivity apps or up to 8 hours and 27 minutes of Netflix streaming.


Your system boots and resumes in seconds thanks to up to 512GB of solid-state drive storage. Multi-task in a flash even on intense applications with up to 8GB of memory.


With advanced Wi-Fi 6 technology and theoretical throughput speeds of up to 2.4 Gbps, the Killer AX1650 is nearly three times as fast as the previous generation of 80MHz 2x2 AC products. It prioritizes streaming video, communication, and game traffic in your system for fast, smooth online experiences.


Take full advantage of HDR content’s superior dynamic range with Dolby Vision™, which can deliver colors never before seen on SDR PC displays. Dolby Vision™ content can deliver highlights that are up to 40 times brighter, and blacks that are up to 10 times darker. Plus, the stunning VESA certified DisplayHDR 400 display on the optional 4K+ panel enables over 16 million colors that have more depth and dimension than ever before.


The optional 4K Ultra HD+ (3840 x 2400) touch display offers pinpoint accuracy for all of your computing needs. See the detail of every pixel in photos without needing to zoom in or see more content while browsing the web.
Equipped with 100% sRGB and 90% DCI P3 color gamut, your screen delivers saturated colors while a 1500:1 contrast ratio allows you to see the brightest brights and darkest darks. And 500-nit brightness provides more clarity in bright light like outdoors, while a 0.65% anti-reflective coating cuts the glare of a glossy screen.Eyesafe intelligently manages light energy at the source – selectively reducing harmful blue light and dispersing it across the light spectrum. Our unique solution combines RGB hardware and software adjustments to more effectively protect against blue light, while maintaining vivid color integrity.


Ports & Slots

Thunderbolt 3 [(DisplayPort / Power Delivery) (4 lanes of PCI Express Gen 3)] | 2. 3.5mm Headphone/Microphone Combo Jack | 3. Thunderbolt™ 3 [(DisplayPort / power delivery) (4 lanes of PCI Express Gen 3)] | 4. microSD card reader


Dell's first entry into the ultrabook market is a patient and smart one. They've arrived at the party a bit later than the competition, but they're fashionably late: instead of a design that just apes the Apple MacBook Air, Dell has taken care to produce something unique to them with the XPS 13.

When you look at the whole package, the XPS 13 is a premium laptop that offers good performance and stunning display. The build quality is basically the best there is and the design is beautiful. For those who want a highly portable laptop for work, the XPS 13 is a great option. Among the different configurations, I would recommend getting the Intel Core-i5 option along with the 1080p screen. It would save a lot of battery life while still offering solid performance. The 4K display option is an overkill for a 13-inch form factor laptop and will only make sense for photo-editing and video editing.For this premium experience, you are certainly paying a higher price.



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