Dell’s XPS 13 has been one of the best ultraportable laptops since it was first launched back in early 2012. It was part of Intel’s initial push into what it decided to call “ultrabooks”.
Now there is a 2018 model, the Dell XPS 13 (9370), which features new design tweaks, changed ports and a new colour option. It is available with Microsoft Windows 10 Home or 10 Pro as well as Ubuntu.
We take a look, therefore, at what exactly has changed year-on-year; comparing the new version with last year’s.
Dell XPS 13 (2018) vs XPS 13 (2017): Design
Dell’s big sell with the XPS 13 has always been the small footprint. This time it has shaved a further 3.4mm off the thickness, so whereas last year the thickness was between 9-15mm, this time it is 7.8 -11.6mm. The weight is around the same at 1.2kg.
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