Dell XPS13 XPS13-9343 13.3-inch Ultrabook Computer (2.2 GHz Intel Core i5 Processor, 4 GB DDR3 SDRAM, 128 GB Solid State Hard Drive, Windows 8)
List Price: $1,399.00
Sale Price: $744.99
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Model number: XPS9343
13.3 in Full HD (1920 x 1080) infinity display
Corning® Gorilla® Glass, machined aluminum and carbon fiber
Intel Core i5-5200U 2.20 GHz with Intel Turbo Boost Technology up to 2.70 GHz
4GB DDR3L 1600 MHz
Windows 8.1, 64-bit
No Optical drive
Media card reader
Intel HD Graphics 5500 - 1920x1080
2 USB 3.0 • Mini DisplayPort • Headphone output/Microphone input combo
52 WHr, 4-cell (15 hours)*
802.11ac (Miracast enabled)
11.98 x 7.88 x 0.33-0.60 in (304.29 x 200.15 x 8.38-15.24 mm)
2.60 lbs (1.17 kg)
- Every little detail comes to life on the XPS 13's Full HD infinity display. Its 1920 x 1080 resolution delivers twice as many pixels as standard HD (720p) for beautiful clarity no matter what you're looking at. It's perfect for kicking back with some entertainment or leaning in for precise photo and video edits.
- Premium craftsmanship and design make this laptop a real head-turner. Its all-aluminum body is strong, durable, and stylish, while its carbon-fiber base is tough and thin like aluminum but cooler to the touch. And since it's ultra-thin and weighs just 2.6 pounds, it's a breeze to carry wherever you're headed.
- Leave your charger at home. With an industry-best 15 hours* of battery life, the XPS 13 keeps you powered up for full days of work and long nights of play.
- The powerful fifth-generation Intel Core i5 processor is 30% more efficient than previous models and uses less power while enabling much longer battery life. And with smart features like Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 and Intel Hyper-Threading Technology, you get full processing power exactly where and when you need it.
- Dell states that the new XPS 13 for 2015 is the "smallest 13-inch laptop on the planet," thanks primarily to the 13.3-inch borderless display that's squeezed into an 11-inch size laptop. That doesn't affect the keyboard though, you're still getting a full size backlit chiclet keyboard. Alongside that, Dell has vastly improved the trackpad. I was very surprised with the new XPS 13. It's using a glass button and a precision trackpad, which is something Microsoft has been encouraging OEMs to implement. Precision trackpads allow Windows 8.1 to directly control the pointer, multi-touch, and gesture support in trackpads, making them feel more like a mini touch-screen with smoother scrolling and better zooming and panning support. Gliding around with the Dell XPS 13 feels very smooth. Either way, you'll want a precision trackpad on your next laptop.