The first Ultrabook of Dell dubbed XPS 13 is going to hit the market within few days. The makers of XPS 13 strongly judge that it would turn out to be the perfect laptop which the laptop admirers demand.
Dell has formulated a big deal regarding the size of the XPS 13 which is somewhat thicker than the 13-inch Macbook Air and weighs 0.7 ounces more than the Air. In fact, it has got a notably smaller footprint when compared with Apple's hot laptop. The XPS 13 has got a screen size of 13- inch and is less deep and less broad. Some of the features of XPS 13 include
- 1366 x 768 resolution
- 16:9 aspect ratio
- Bright glossy screen
- 4GB RAM
- 128GB SSD
- 1.6GHz Core i5 processor
The price of entry-level Macbook Air will come around Rs. 15,000/- more than the Dell XPS 13 and provides the same RAM and SSD, excluding a somewhat faster 1.7GHz Core i5 processor.
The XPS 13 system boots up speedily, and requires only a couple of seconds to wake up from sleep as soon as the lid is opened. Furthermore, it showcases a swift reaction while launching applications. The performance exhibited by the Dell XPS 13 which owns a good Core i5 processor as well as a fast SSD is likely to hike its demand among the users.
In point of fact, the keyboard is also relatively nice. The short key travel which is showcased by almost all the super-thin laptops does exist in XPS 13 also. The trackpad of XPS 13 is the latest clickpad which allows to user to click everywhere over the whole screen. This pad is a bit fussy one, but with a driver update it would surely exhibit advancement in both sensitivity as well as scrolling.
Software loadout of XPS 13 is yet another feature which requires mentioning. Its test system has an extremely clean construct, devoid of Dell Stage software. It also supports Webcam, McAffee, Windows Live Essentials, Skype and much more.
A bit snappy performance is exhibited by the XPS 13 entry-level model. When XPS 13 is booted up for the initial time, not much apps or icons would be seen on the desktop or taskbar. This is because of the customary Dell software loadout that comes for the first batch. However, the second run of systems which is expected to happen this April would trait a lean configuration.
The price for these Dell configurations will start at around Rs 64000/-.