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Dell XPS 13 i5-5200 8GB 256GB SSD 13.3" Touch Windows 8.1 Professional Laptop - 9343-3897
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Erase borders, starting with the display.

The XPS 13 isn't just the smallest 13-inch laptop on the planet, it also has the world's first virtually borderless infinity display with touch.

The smallest 13-inch on the planet with the world's first infinity display

The virtually borderless infinity display cleverly fits a 13-inch display into the size of an 11-inch laptop.

Impressive screen size:
The thin bezel frees up the screen space in this innovative design. The three-sided, virtually borderless infinity display measures a miniscule 5.2mm border: the thinnest frame on a notebook. With a slim bezel of less than 2% of the total display, you have more screen to love.

Thin build:
Not only is the XPS 13 small, it's also stunningly thin to make it an ideal mobile companion. At only 9-15mm thick and starting at only 2.6 pounds (1.18kg), it is easy to stick in your purse or bag while you are on the go.

Small size. Big performance.

Start faster:
Enjoy the speed, clarity and improved graphics with new Intel Core processors.

Stay powered longer:
With up to 11 hours of battery life, it's leading the industry in battery life. Paired with the Dell Power Companion, you get up to 22 hours and the freedom to power all of your bonus devices.

Speedy start up:
The XPS 13 boots and resumes in seconds thanks to a standard solid state drive and Intel Rapid Start Technology.

Improved usability

Pinch, zoom and click with precision:
The improved touch pad delivers the exact action you intend, every time, so no more jumping or floating cursors. It delivers fluid panning, pinching and zooming, for an experience that's touch screen-smooth and quick, and similar to the gestures you are used to on screen. And with Accidental Activation Prevention, there are no more mis-clicks when your palm hits the touch pad.

See what you've been missing:
This standard backlit keyboard lights up your keys and your ideas. No need to squint in low-light or no-light rooms while typing. Once you experience this added feature, you won't be able to live without it.

Premium materials for a stunning design and durability

Tough stuff:
Machined aluminum construction means the XPS 13 is precision-cut from a single block of aluminum for a sturdy, durable chassis.

Cool under pressure:
XPS products use carbon fiber that is similar to what is used for some of the world's high performance cars and racing bikes for a stellar combination of lightweight and strength. The palm rest is strong and thin like aluminum, but lighter and cooler to the touch.

Resists life's "oops" moments:
The Corning Gorilla Glass NBT QHD+ display is up to 10 times more scratch resistant than soda lime glass, so it helps prevent scuffs caused by handling, cleaning or wiping.

  • 13.3" - 3200 x 1800 Screen
  • Intel Core i5 5200U - 2.7 GHz Processor
  • Windows 8.1 Pro Operating System
  • N Optical Drive

Dell XPS 13 i5-5200 8GB 256GB SSD 13.3 Touch Windows 8.1 Professional Laptop reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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9 out of 10


West Malling GB General home user
Stylish, very small footprint, quick startup and quad HD screen
Not all software copes well with the quad HD display, glossy screen shows reflections and battery life could be better
Confirmed purchase: 10 June 2015
Published on: 19 June 2015
  • Other Product Codes for this item:
  • 9343--3897
  • 9343-389
  • 93433897
  • 9343-38
  • 9343-3

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