When it comes to Windows laptops, one of my favourites each year is Dell’s XPS 13. For the past few years, Dell has continually improved upon each previous model and this year’s Model 9300 (aka 2020) is no exception.
In the days leading up to CES 2020, Dell has refreshed its XPS 13 laptop for 2020.
Intel has officially announced their latest 10th Gen Core “Ice Lake” U-Series and Y-Series mobile processors.
For the past couple of years, one of the best Windows laptops you can buy has been Dell’s XPS lineup, specifically their XPS 13.
Here’s a list of some of my favourite things from 2018 (and my first post of 2019, so Happy New Year!), this list ranges from smartphones, video games to TV shows, movies and more.
When I tested the Dell XPS 13 last year, I called it one of my favourite Windows laptops in recent years. And with a refresh of the XPS 13 this year, the same still holds true albeit some minor flaws.
Dell has announced a refreshed XPS 13 for 2018 with a new InfinityEdge 4K display along with the latest Intel processors.
When I reviewed the Dell XPS 13, I called it the best Windows laptop so far. But when I got the new Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 to test out, I thought the same would hold true for the new model but sadly it’s not as good as the standard XPS 13.
Dell has been around for a long time and their computers haven’t always been the best out there. But in recent years, their machines have gotten drastically better.
Dell’s lineup of laptops, especially their XPS line, have become thinner, faster and stronger, to compete with the likes of Apple’s offerings.