Dell rocked the PC landscape when it unveiled the Dell XPS 13. The company got so much right with it.
The laptop uses what Dell causes InfinityEdge technology to get the borders on three sides of the 13.3-inch display to nearly disappear. Its chassis screams high-end. The carbon fiber keyboard deck is sandwiched between to polished sheets of aluminum.
Inside is 8GB of RAM and the latest Intel Core i5 Processor. The Microsoft Store offers a version with 128GB of solid state storage for fast start times and data transfers. There’s a Thunderbolt 3 port for connecting to accessories and moving files between devices. An SD card slot, 2 USB 3.0 ports and a headset jack complete the experience.