One of the criticisms Dell’s premium laptop, XPS 13 had to face was the placement of the camera. The PC manufacturer at CES announced a revamped XPS 13 that has a crazy thin bezel and the best of all, the camera is no longer in the weird position, it moved to the top of the display. This is Dell’s smallest HD camera ever.
Besides the camera placement, the XPS 13 also becomes the first Dell laptop to come with Dolby vision which produces ultra-vivid picture quality. Otherwise, the build quality and the stuff inside are pretty much the same as the last year’s XPS 13.
The revamped XPS 13 is powered by the latest Quad Core 8th gen Intel processor, up to 16GB of RAM coupled with up to 2TB SSD. Moreover, it features a 4K InfinityEdge display and it also has a 0.65 percent anti-reflective coating which helps in reducing the glare. The border is also thinner than the previous model by 23 percent. It has two Thunderbolt 3 ports, one USB-C, USB Type-A to Type-C adapter. But there is no USB Type-A for you.
Dell also introduces GORE Thermal insulation that helps the XPS 13 to stay cool under heavy use. The new XPS 13 claims 21 hours fo battery life. You can buy the new Dell XPS 13 on Dell.com with price starting at $899.99.