The Dell XPS 13 XPS launched in 2015. It’s the most outlandish features were stylish, slimline with long business hours and a year later Dell upgraded the XPS 13, added the Intel’s 7th generation (kayby Lake) processor. Gain the product captured a good market. About almost two months ago Dell has equipped with 360-degree screen hinges, the world’s smallest 13-inche 2-in-1 laptop.
360-degree screen hinges:
The 360-degree screen hinge is not the only change that Dell made in XPS 13 2-in-1 but this is also a light weight and slim machine. In 2016 Dell XPS 13 has a dimension of 304mm by 200mm by 15mm 1.2 kg weight. The upgraded XPS 13 2-in-1 came with 304mm by 199mm by 13.7mm dimension with the weight of 1.24 kg.
Dell’s “world’s smallest 13-inch 2-in-1”:
The assertion “world’s smallest 13-inch 2-in-1” is based on a report published in November 2016 about the total surface area of the notebook. The XPS 2-in-1 has much in common aspects with XPS 13 2-in-1 predecessor, but there are some technical significant differences.
Carbon fiber and steel hinges:
The frame is solid and hard with metal material including aluminum, steel hinges and carbon fiber. which shows that there is no flex in the lid and wrist is also almost flex free. The wrist hinge is with carbon fiber of the previous model, it comfortable fiber and skin friendly.
The backlit keyboard is also similar to last year’s model and a more fast and lighter under the finger it seems a good feature. The trackpad is also very user-friendly even it is a pleasure to use you can select the whole page under a single cursor click and single sweep.
The 13.3 inches screen has the same “infinity edge” as previous the XPS 13 has. Minimum side and top bezel not more than 4mm an eye-catching version. The display specifications are FHD (1,920 x 1,080) touchscreen and 3,200-by-1,800-pixel panel is also available. The IGZO IPS panel is a bright, clear and sharp panel with great viewing angles.