Dell’s XPS 13 has been our favorite laptop overall for the past couple of years, thanks to its lightweight, long battery life, beautiful InfinityEdge screen and premium design. Dell has upgraded its 13-inch flagship with Intel’s new 8th Gen Core quad-core processor platform.
The XPS 13 is one of the first laptops with Intel’s new 8th Gen Core processor, Intel has doubled the number of processor cores on its mainstream U series processors from two to four, increased their turbo clock speeds, more power-efficient.It’s Core i7-8550U CPU which boosts performance even further by balancing system speeds. 256GB PCIe solid-state drive and 8GB of RAM.The integrate Intel UHD Graphics 620 GPU on the new XPS 13 isn’t powerful enough to play high-end games, but it can run more casual titles and play video.
The screen uses Dell’s famous InfinityEdge display, the XPS 13 is light and compact. 1080p display resolution which is perfect for watching videos. watching HD movies on this laptop is superb.display is nontouch and extremely wide viewing angles for images and videos.
USB 3.0 port, an SD card reader Thunderbolt 3 port, a second USB 3.0 port, a 3.5mm audio jack are available. The Thunderbolt 3 port is particularly helpful because it allows you to charge the laptop, output to multiple monitors and connects to high-speed USB-C and Thunderbolt peripherals over a single wire. Thunderbolt port supports only two PCI Express lanes Dell’s system doesn’t support eGPUs.
The XPS 13 with around 16 hours for continuous web surfing over Wi-Fi. so the 8th Gen CPU is not only more powerful but also more power-efficient which extend your battery life too.