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DELL XPS 13 Specs

Release Date in Philippines
DateOct 2016
Processor family7th gen Intel® Core™ i7
Processor manufacturerIntel
Processor modeli7-7500U
Processor frequency2.7 GHz
Processor boost frequency3.5 GHz
Processor cores2
Processor threads4
System bus rate4 GT/s
Processor cache4 MB
Processor cache typeSmart Cache
Processor socketBGA 1356
Processor lithography14 nm
Processor operating modes64-bit
Processor codenameKaby Lake
Bus typeOPI
Thermal Design Power (TDP)15 W
Configurable TDP-up frequency2.9 GHz
Configurable TDP-up25 W
Configurable TDP-down7.5 W
Configurable TDP-down frequency0.8 GHz
Tjunction100 °C
Maximum number of PCI Express lanes12
PCI Express slots version3.0
PCI Express configurations1x2+2x1,1x4,2x2,4x1
ECC supported by processorNo
Internal memory8 GB
Maximum internal memory8 GB
Internal memory typeLPDDR3-SDRAM
Memory clock speed1866 MHz
Memory form factorOn-board
Display diagonal33.8 cm (13.3")
Display resolution1920 x 1080 pixels
HD typeFull HD
LED backlightYes
Native aspect ratio16:9
Display surfaceMatt
Pixel pitch0.153 x 0.153 mm
Ports & interfaces
USB 3.2 Gen 1 (3.1 Gen 1) Type-A ports quantity2
USB 3.2 Gen 2 (3.1 Gen 2) Type-C ports quantity1
DVI portNo
Combo headphone/mic portYes
Docking connectorNo
Charging port typeDC-in jack
USB Sleep-and-ChargeYes
USB Sleep-and-Charge ports1
Weight & dimensions
Weight1.23 kg
Width304 mm
Depth200 mm
Height (front)9 mm
Height (rear)1.5 cm
Numeric keypadNo
Pointing deviceTouchpad
Keyboard backlitYes
Full-size keyboardYes
Windows keysYes
Total storage capacity256 GB
Storage mediaSSD
Optical drive typeNo
Number of SSDs installed1
SSD capacity256 GB
SSD interfacePCI Express
Card reader integratedYes
Compatible memory cardsSD,SDHC,SDXC
Operating system installedWindows 10 Home
Operating system architecture64-bit
Drivers includedYes
Battery capacity (Watt-hours)60 Wh
Battery technologyLithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Number of battery cells4
Product typeNotebook
Product colourBlack, Gold
Form factorClamshell
On-board graphics adapterYes
Discrete graphics adapterNo
Discrete graphics adapter modelNot available
On-board graphics adapter modelIntel® HD Graphics 620
On-board graphics adapter familyIntel® HD Graphics
On-board graphics adapter base frequency300 MHz
On-board graphics adapter dynamic frequency (max)1050 MHz
Maximum on-board graphics adapter memory32 GB
On-board graphics adapter DirectX version12.0
On-board graphics adapter OpenGL version4.4
On-board graphics adapter ID0x5916

Dell XPS 13 2020 Price Philippines & Specs

Dell XPS 13 (2020) Review

The Dell XPS 13 (2020) is a powerhouse. That’s due to Dell’s bold decision making and unceasing commitment to innovation. Following up on the excellent XPS 13 (2019), Dell takes its innovation to the next level by removing the last bezel on the company’s InfinityEdge display. That means the laptop is virtually borderless, making it the first of its kind.

But that’s not all, you get a laptop that’s got a larger display with a bigger, more comfortable keyboard and touchpad, all in a chassis that’s somehow smaller than its predecessor’s. Cosmetic changes aside, the XPS 13 is plenty powerful, with a 10th Gen Intel Core i7 processor, and boasts over 12 hours of battery life. That’s why the Dell XPS 13 is one of the best laptops available.

Dell XPS 13 2020: Design

From its exterior to its interior, the XPS 13 is a showstopper. The lid’s Frost White, anodized aluminum finish is cool to the touch and looks stylish. The glossy Dell logo looks like a stylish broach, adding just the right amount of sparkle. Made from Dell’s patented glass-fiber weave, the stain-proof Arctic White deck is beautiful. The keyboard is pushed toward the top of the deck, leaving just enough space for a glass touchpad.

At 11.6 x 7.8 x 0.6-inches, the 2.8-pound XPS 13 is one of the smallest ultraportables available. It's 2% smaller than its predecessor. Regarding weight, it's on a par with the MSI Prestige 14 (2.8 pounds, 12.8 x 8.5 x 0.6 inches), and lighter than both the Microsoft Surface Laptop 3 (2.9 pounds, 12.1 x 8.8 x 0.6 inches) and MacBook Pro (13-inch 2019 with Touch Bar) (4.4 pounds, 12.8 x 8.9 x 1 inches). However, the HP Spectre x360 13 (2.7 pounds, 12.1 x 7.7 x 0.7 inches) is a tad lighter but slightly thicker.

Dell XPS 13 2020: Ports

This is a short section, because the XPS 13 is short on ports. The svelte stunner has a Thunderbolt 3 port on the right with a headset jack. On the left, you’ll find another Thunderbolt 3 port and a microSD slot. That’s it, so if you’re planning on using a mouse or external hard drive, you’re going to need to invest in a USB Type-C hub.

Dell XPS 13 2020: Display

When you first look at the XPS 13, it’s what you don’t see that you’ll notice before anything else. This marks the first time Dell has ditched all the bezels, including the bottom chin. But Dell didn’t just ditch the thick bottom bezel, it managed to shrink the other three bezels even further, with the side bezels measuring 0.15 and 0.2 inches, respectively, and the bottom bezel slimming down to only 0.18 inches.

In the wake of those barely-there bezels, you get a 13.4-inch, 1920 x 1200 touch display with a 16:10 aspect ratio. The panel is 6.8% larger than its predecessor. Somehow Dell managed to give consumers even more visual real estate in a 12.8-inch chassis- all while keeping the webcam smack-dab in the center of the top bezel.

Dell’s CinemaColor utility adds a pop of color by adjusting saturation, contrast and white balance via a number of presets (Movie, Evening, Sports and Animation). And if that’s not enough, the laptop also has Dolby Vision to enhance the HDR. The XPS 13 made up for the slight color deficiency with an average brightness of 417 nits. The notebook easily outshone the 357-nit average and the competition. The MacBook Pro was a close second with 408 nits with the Spectre x360 (369 nits), the Surface Laptop 3 (348 nits) and the Prestige 14 (269 nits) right behind.

Dell XPS 13 2020: Audio

This is a great case of big things and small packages. Despite having bottom-mounted speakers, the XPS 13 delivered loud, relatively clean audio. The Wave MaxxAudio Pro software helped provide that pop of bass most laptops this size usually lack. It’s not going to replace a good pair of headphones or external speakers, but the XPS 13 is fine for watching movies or an impromptu dance party.

Dell XPS 13 FAQs

Which is better Dell XPS 13 or MacBook Pro?

For creatives, the MacBook Pro is the better option as it comes with a Touch Bar and a default higher-resolution screen. In terms of overall value, the XPS 13 offers more performance for less money. Plus, it is slightly lighter and smaller and lasts longer off the charger.

What are the features of the Dell XPS 13?

Dell XPS 13 Philippines Specs
  • Operating System: Windows 10 Home
  • Size: 13.4 inches
  • Dimensions: Height: 14.8mm (0.58") x Width: 296mm (11.6") x Depth: 199mm (7.8")
  • Weight: 1.2 kg
  • Type: Ultra HD+
  • Resolution: 3840 x 2400px
  • Processor: 10th Generation Intel® Core™ i5-1035G1 Processor
  • Memory: 8GB LPDDR4x Dual Channel SDRAM at 3733MHz
  • Battery: 52WHr battery
  • SSD: 512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive
  • Bluetooth: Bluetooth 5.0
  • Ports: 2 x Thunderbolt™ 3 (DisplayPort / Power Delivery (4 lanes of PCI Express Gen 3), 1 x microSD card reader v4.0, 1 x 3.5mm Headphone/Microphone Combo Jack, 1 x Type-C™ to USB-A v3.0 adapter ships standard

Reviews of DELL XPS 13
Reviewed on 2020-03-23
High-quality, robust, slim design, Fast, versatile internals, Great screen with tiny bezels
Could have more ports, Not always the most affordable option
The Dell XPS 13 has been one of the world's best laptops for ages – its blend of stunning design, great screen quality, and impressive performance are a winning combination. We're happy to say that Dell has stuck with its winning formula, keeping what wor...
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Reviewed on 2018-04-12
The display is A-grade as before, with just 5 mm bezels on the top and sides — we tested the 4K touchscreen model, but there's also a matte-finish 1080p version which will save you a few bucks and should help extend battery life a touch, Upgraded 8th-gen...
No USB Type-A Ports, Improved webcam still looks up your nose
WINDOWS ULTRABOOKS DON'T come much finer than Dells XPS 13. Since it was introduced around four years ago, it's had many competitors try to topple it, but despite its ageing design it's managed to remain the slim-and-light Windows laptop to beat. With thi...
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Reviewed on 2018-03-27
Better performance than most Core i7 laptops with just a Core i5, Improved keyboard over previous generation XPS 13, Tiny foot print
Can be loud at times, No USB-A port, Slightly pricey
Dell made a bold statement when it claimed its completely redesigned New XPS 13 would be among the fastest laptops in its class, if not the fastest. After finally laying our hands on the New XPS 13, we'd have to officially declare that Dell ain't just tra...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-27
good contrast; >90 % sRGB, good run times; large battery, sturdy aluminum chassis; great design, quiet system fan, good CPU performance, good bass, bright display, Killer 1535 is standard, easy to maintain
chassis reverberates at high volume levels / bass, PWM at all brightness levels (including maximum), Toshiba NVMe SSD features low transfer rates, arrow keys are small and feel spongy
A tad slower. The XPS 13 with Kaby Lake Refresh Core i5 trails the Core i7 in raw multi-core performance, but as far as overall system performance is concerned, the model with i7 is only marginally faster...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-25
Impeccable design and build quality, Compact chassis with 13.3-inch screen but smaller footprint, Excellent input devices, Exceptional screen quality – high contrast, extremely bright and wide sRGB coverage, Considerable performance improvement over the l...
Can't sustain higher Turbo Boost frequencies leading to slightly lower performance of the CPU, The screen uses PWM across all brightness levels (an old and unresolved issue), The Content-adaptive brightness control can't be turned off (something users and...
And here we are with another presumably incremental update of one of the best high-end ultrabooks on the market, the MacBook Pro 13 killer – XPS 13. As another generation passes by and no design changes were made – just like the last two hardware refreshe...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-22
Still excellent design, New 8th gen CPU is awesome, Dazzling QHDIGZO display, More configuration choices, Outstanding battery life
Higher models can get expensive, Still awkward web cam, No pen support
Dell is a bit more conservative than I would like when it comes to its XPS line, hardly changing the design in the last few years. Nonetheless, it's a bit difficult to find anything glaringly wrong with the design of the XPS 13 or 15 – save for the oddly...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-20
Stunning performance and battery life, Sleek, compact design, Handsome 1080p display
Inconvenient webcam location, No HDMI port
Online gossip has it that Dell will launch a new XPS 13 in early 2018, with a white case and with three USB-C ports replacing the existing ports. We're eager to see it, but this latest XPS 13 (starts at $799, $1,299 as tested) is more than enough to keep...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-07
compact & sturdy chassis, bright & matte screen, very good application performance, good input devices, very long battery runtime, quiet fan...
but annoying coil whine, CPU/GPU cannot utilize full potential, low gamut and PWM, small and spongy arrow keys
More GPU or more CPU performance? Dell offers the popular XPS 13 with faster Intel Iris graphics, but can the cooling solution handle the additional performance, and is it a good upgrade? Or should you get the one of the new Kaby Lake-R chips instead...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-01
Gorgeous 3200x1800 IGZO display, Ultrafast NVMe storage, Thunderbolt 3/USB 3.1 Type-C, Full-size SD Card reader, Thin, light but rock solid build, Glorious carbon fiber, Killer battery life, Great performance
Webcam in awkward position, No native display output, Non-expandable memory, Intel Speed Shift currently not enabled
Mechanically speaking, Dell has done little to change or update the company's wildly popular XPS 13 and 15 series of premium consumer notebooks since their initial release. There's no mystery as to why that is the case, however. When something works this...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-29
If there's a silver lining to the overall decline of computer sales , it's the booming of the premium ultramobile segment. Based on a forecast from Gartner , sales of these slim but powerful flagship systems could rise by 11% this year and, by 2018, accou...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-25
input devices
No biometric support, You can have touch, or you can have monstrous battery life, but you can't have both
I was a big fan of the Dell XPS 13 in its Broadwell iteration , and the Skylake version of the machine was even better . It was a slim, attractive, comfortable-to-use laptop, and it included two of our favorite features: Thunderbolt 3 connectivity and a P...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-15
impressive sturdiness and build quality, ultra-thin bezel and correspondingly low footprint, very good system performance, outstanding battery life, impressive WiFi performance (Killer wireless card), remains quiet under most conditions, top-notch input...
display brightness could be higher, just average coverage of the color spaces, can run very hot, occasional (mild) coil whine, not as thin as some others, space bar pressure not uniform
Quiet evolution. The Kaby Lake i5-equipped version of Dell's XPS 13 subnotebook with FHD display impresses with outstanding battery live, great performance and top-notch ergonomics. The display, however, falls a tad short of our lofty expectations...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-07
Compact design, Carbon fiber and aluminum construction, High-resolution (3,200-by-1,800) display, Includes both USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 and USB 3,0 (Type-A) ports, Long battery life
Requires adapters for external displays, Not DCI-P3 or Adobe RGB compliant, Odd angle on webcam
Dell has released the XPS 13 Touch (2016 Rose Gold Editon) (starts at $799.99, $1,649.99 as tested), the third iteration this year of its flagship ultraportable laptop. It (still) features a brilliant 13-inch 3,200-by-1,800 (QHD+) IPS screen, a compact bo...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-04
Features latest generation Intel 7th Generation CPU, Very compact for a 13-inch laptop, Very good battery life
Keyboard is a almost too small, Webcam in an awkward position that gives people a shot of your wattle, Still great, but almost zero changes to external design
We can all agree that Dell's latest XPS 13 with Kaby Lake is an incremental update. But when your ultrabook is the one that's being copied by everyone, that's not such a bad thing, is it?Externally, you'd be hard-pressed to tell the difference between the...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-30
relatively accessible internals; upgradeable storage, strong chassis and lid; excellent workmanship, smaller than other 13.3-inch notebooks, USB Type-C Gen. 2 + Thunderbolt 3, Killer 1535 wireless as standard, high quality QHD+ touchscreen, very long bat...
warm operating and surface temperatures, inconsistent dynamic brightness control, unimpressive internal speakers, suboptimal webcam placement, fingerprint magnet, small Arrow keys, no DDR4 RAM
Now in Rose Gold. The Kaby Lake update adds little to an already excellent XPS 13 experience. Users will only see marginal benefits in both performance and battery life when compared to the outgoing Skylake XPS 13...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-18
Except for one item, this set of review updates has a vacation theme because all but one item traveled with me this week on vacation to Sanibel Island Florida. Click through to see the list of updated reviews. You'll find my updates at the bottom of each...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-30
Small update, no effect?! Dell secretly updated its top seller: The XPS 13 is one of the first models that gets the latest Kaby Lake processors from Intel. The chassis does not appear to be changed, and the display is similar as well. We once again do a l...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-29
Kaby Lake-R has arrived to replace Kaby Lake in the mobile CPU segment. Dell has renamed their award-winning XPS 13 to New XPS 13. While the original XPS 13 uses a dual-core 7th generation mobile processor with a maximum Turbo of 3.1GHz and base of 2.5GHz...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-29
If there's a silver lining to the overall decline of computer sales , it's the booming of the premium ultramobile segment. Based on a forecast from Gartner , sales of these slim but powerful flagship systems could rise by 11% this year and, by 2018, accou...
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Reviewed on 2018-05-05
Speedy and solid multitasking performance is delivered by the 2.5GHz Intel Core i5-7200U dual core processor, combine with 8GB of LPDDR3, The 128GB SSD is very responsive and fast, and provides enough storage capacity to keep important files nearby, The f...
The webcam position is poor, making it difficult to use, Windows Hello is not supported,
The Dell XPS laptop has a 13.3” screen and is super portable, light and thin, making it ideal for travelers, commuters and anybody with busy life who is always on the go. With a thickness of only 9-15mm and features ample processing power to handle your d...
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