Dell XPS 13 is gaining a lot of popularity due to its marvelous features. Dell?s brand new Dell XPS 13 is giving a tough competition to Apple’s MacBook Pro and Microsoft Surface Book.
According to PC World, Dell XPS 13 is now available in the US. Canadian and European models will hit the markets in few days. The new Dell XPS 13 developer edition is the part of Dell?s ongoing Project Sputnik.
Dell XPS 13 packs 8 or 16GB of memory and up to 1TB of storage including 256GB and 512GB solid state drive options. There are three models available in Dell XPS 13 developer edition. Dell XPS 13 laptops sport a 13-inch touchscreen display with 3200×1800 resolution, Ubuntu 14.04 LTS SP1. These are the fifth generation notebooks. You will also find Intel Iris Graphics 540.
According to Hot Hardware, the base model packs a ?256GB PCIe-based solid state drive, 720p webcam, two USB 3.0 ports, Thunderbolt 3/USB 3.1 Gen 2, 3-in-1 card reader, and DisplayPort 1.2 video output. The middle model has the price tag ?$1,950 whereas the high-end model will cost ?$2,350. The Dell XPS 13 ?measures 12.75 x 8.89 x 0.49 inches and weighs between 2.7 lbs and 2.9 lbs, according to Tech Times.
TechnoBuffalo says all three models sport a 13-inch InfinityEdge touch screen. If you order the laptop, it will reach you in 4-6 business days.
Meanwhile, the upcoming MacBook Pro will sport two USB C ports, IPS technology, Force Touch trackpads, FaceTime HD camera, dual Mics and stereo speakers. It will also pack 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 wireless technology. It will be unveiled in this week or before June.
Microsoft Surface Book is also trying to have some features, which were not seen on MacBook Pro. Surface Book is powered by Intel Core i5 or i7 (6th generation). The capacity of RAM is 8 or 16GB. You also have the storage options like 128, 256 or 512GB. It packs 8MP rear, 5MP front-facing camera. There is a tug of war between Apple, Microsoft and Dell to get the best laptop title of 2016.
Do you feel Dell XPS 13 is better than Apple?s MacBook Pro and Microsoft Surface Book?