Dell's XPS 13 Is Unlike Any Other Dell Laptop Out There.

Released just last month, Dell’s new laptop, XPS 13, is the world's smallest thirteen-inch laptop and is also awarded 2018’s "Best of Innovation" in the category of Eco-design and Sustainable Technologies. 

One of the newest features in this device is Dell Cinema. The company has focused on the audience’s viewing experiences and have designed software and hardware that make the visuals “every bit as vibrant as the world around you,” as Dell puts it.  This is complemented by the Cinema Sound, designed to give the viewer a complete high definition experience with studio-quality sound, in the comfort of your own space.

When it comes to work, you can be assured that the high resolution quality of the graphics on screen, make it easy to work on the device without your eyes straining too much after long screen time durations. 

The physical design of it accentuates the audio and cinema mode of the device with its improved design. Weighing less than three pounds, the laptop has a screen just four millimeters wide and has an 80.7 percent screen-to-body ratio. What’s better, is that this tiny prodigy also boasts 4K Ultra HD resolution in eight million pixels. The screen is also anti-reflective and can be enjoyed effortlessly outdoors as well.

Dell, calls it their star performer because of the new 8th Gen Intel® Quad Core processors and it’s 1TB of solid state drive storage. Not only will the battery life stay up to nineteen hours in a day, but the user also won’t experience much lagging while running many applications, due to its Multi-tasking abilities, “even on intense applications with up to 16GB of memory.”

The chassis of this device varies on the color selected. The platinum silver is made from aluminum with black carbon fiber, a palm rest, and soft touch coating. The Rose gold is also made of aluminum but with an alpine white woven glass fiber palm rest, also with UV-resistance and stain resistant coating.

Within the body is its security features. Following suit of Apple, the user can unlock this device either with face recognition or with a finger-print.

The best part about this device is it’s eco-friendly properties. Dell claims that “Twenty-five percent of the material consists of ocean plastics collected from coastal areas, while the remaining 75% is made up of other recycled plastics.” The device is also free of materials like cadmium, lead, mercury and some phthalates, while also being ENERGY STAR® certified. Moreover, 90 percent of its parts is recyclable or reusable.

With so many great features in a P.C. device, it almost gives Apple some heavy competition when compared with the new Macbook Air. This laptop is purchasable for approximately $1000 and is well worth the expense.