Dell XPS 15 Review

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Dell XPS 15
The XPS 15 is Dell’s flagship laptop and no special treatment has been spared for the 2014 model. Clearly aiming to be Dell's MacBook Pro killer, the XPS 15's aluminium finish and smooth, rounded corners look stunning against its black soft-touch interior, and its 18mm waistline has been slimmed down by half a centimetre from last year's model.

This year's laptop is lighter, too, having shed 600g to match the MacBook Pro's weight of 2kg. This is partly because Dell has ditched the 2013 model's Blu-Ray combo drive in favour of more tapered edges, but were pleased to see that this year's XPS 15 still had a good range of connection ports. Its four USB ports, only one of which is USB2, all have PowerShare so that you can charge external devices. You'll also find HDMI and mini-DisplayPort graphics outputs, an SD card reader and a combined headphone and microphone jack.

Dell XPS 15 Display

The XPS 15's main attraction, though, is its ultra high 3,200x1,800 touchscreen display. Only the more expensively specified models come with this resolution, though, with cheaper models having a 1,920x1,080 display, but for those that choose the 3,200x1,800 version, you'll be getting a screen with a huge pixel density of 235 ppi (pixels per inch). This is higher than the MacBook Pro's 15.6in screen, which only has a pixel density of 220 ppi....read more
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