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If you are looking for the best laptop to buy, then the 2017 Dell XPS 13 model should be your consideration. Dell released the latest version of its Dell XPS 13 just the other day, and it has already topped the list of 2017 best laptops just like in the previous years, two years in a row. The new Dell XPS 13 model has come fully equipped with the latest, 7th generation Kaby Lake Intel processors. Its display remains as eye dropping as ever and its keyboard punchy like always but these features are now embedded within an optional rose gold frame. Unlike other computer and software developers who are leaned on crazy innovation and fresh additions to enhance their models, Dell, has concentrated on refining its XPS 13 model so that it stands out amongst the many laptops trying to change rapidly and missing out on the most important factors.
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Dell has not implemented a lot of changes on the Dell XPS 13‘s design. The laptop still has the 13.3-inch display, which 3,200 x 1,800 pixels sharp with optional touch controls inside an 11-inch-wide frame. The XPS 13 retains the aluminum lid and base on which the carbon fiber keyboard deck is set but switches the colors to rose-gold and silver options. XPS 13 is thinner than the previous generation by about 0.33 inches (9mm) at its thinnest point and 0.6 inches (15mm) at its thickest. The weight of the laptop has also been reduced by a small degree from 2.93 pounds (1.32kg) to about 2.9 pounds (1.29kg).
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Amazingly, the new Dell XPS 13 model surpasses Apple’s latest laptop 13-inch MacBook Pro as it offers a much sharper screen, stronger processor, the same amount of 8GB RAM and 128GB storage but costs $ 100 less than the MacBook. Dell XPS comes as a standard XPS 13 and a touchscreen. The Standard XPS 13 is $799 and comes with the Kaby Lake, dual-core Intel Core i3 processor. Latest improvements on the Dell XPS 13 are a Realtek driver, which improves the machine’s stability when it returns from sleep mode and a driver update for its SSD’s that reduces power consumption when it is idle.