WHEN my big old Dell XPS laptop died a horrible death, after I jammed a knife in to the motherboard whilst trying to get the damn thing open (yes, I know, what was I thinking), I needed a replacement that could handle high-end editing software, top quality games and an appeal that would have my fellow computer enthusiasts asking after it. Hours of research later, overly serious discussions (with those same enthusiasts) and after plenty of ‘umming’ and ‘ahhing’, I decided to pick up a Lenovo y510p: a laptop that easily beats off the competition as far as value for money is concerned. It has been great so far, with its slim and light-weight design (for a gaming [...]
In every contemplation when buying an ultraportable laptop, there are only three standard qualities that most users look for: thin, light, and powerful. We have seen lots of these qualities on most ultrabooks to date. Yet this year, Dell is set to redefine the future of the ultrabook with the all-new XPS 13. This laptop speaks not just of these three top qualities, but four: thin, light, powerful, and head-turning. The latest revision to Dell’s ultrabook lineup is better than ever with the best innovations an ultrabook needs to have. This is the review of the all-new Dell XPS 13, and know more about why this ultrabook is the peek into the future of ultralight computing.