DELL XPS 13
The moment we pulled the XPS 13 out of the box, we felt it was nothing less than stunning. We could not find a more appropriate adjective to describe the design in a single word. The XPS 13 is an amalgamation of attention to detail and great engineering found only on Swiss watches.
The XPS 13 is crafted out of a single piece aluminium like it’s predecessor, but it now sports a display with even thinner bezels.
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IN THE BOX
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KEYBOARD AND TRACKPAD
The XPS 13 features a standard keyboard layout with 1.3 mm key travel, which is not a lot but the keys offer a nice, mushy tactile feel.
The keys seem to be raised just a bit so that you hit the actuation point perfectly whether you press the key from the centre or from an angle.
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The keyboard is also home to quick shortcuts which is a nice utility to have on the keyboard.
The trackpad is made of glass with integrated buttons and uses precision drivers for smooth gesture support.
Learn more from: dell.co.in/xps