We covered the Dell XPS 13 9305 very recently and what better way to continue than to compare it to its closest relative, the XPS 13 9310. On the surface, these devices look nearly identical but dig a bit deeper and you will start seeing where the lines diverge and both laptops go on their separate ways.
Starting with the design, both laptops share an identical exterior with sharp edges are rounded corners.
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