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As it turns out, a good de­sign trumps all else at the end of the day. And be­cause th­ese Ul­tra­books are so sim­i­larly specced, you’d be hard-pressed to no­tice re­al­world per­for­mance dif­fer­ences. As a re­sult, con­sid­er­a­tions like de­sign, over­all fea­ture set and mo­bil­ity rise to the fore­front. Even though the XPS 13 is among the more ex­pen­sive at RM6,899, its ex­cel­lent mo­bil­ity and stun­ning edge-toedge dis­play put it ahead of its cheaper ri­vals. It fea­tures the same 13.3-inch 3,200 x 1,800 pixel dis­play as the other ul­tra­books, but in the body of an 11-inch note­book, ef­fec­tively mak­ing it the small­est of the lot. When com­bined with its light weight, slim tapered pro­file and good bat­tery life, it gains huge points in the de­sign and mo­bil­ity de­part­ments. The fact that it is also equipped with pre­mium fea­tures like a touch­screen dis­play and USB Type-C Thun­der­bolt 3 port is just ic­ing on the cake.

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