Dell's refreshed 15-inch XPS Ultrabook is a knockout on its own, and it's on our list of best Dell laptops, but you can add some style and protection with one of these, the best skins for the Dell XPS 15 9500. Whether you want full protection or just partial coverage, we have what you're looking for.
dbrand (opens in new tab)
dbrand's quality skins are precisely cut from 3M vinyl, ensuring you get a snug fit and durable skin to protect your XPS 15. Choose from a ton of different designs, and mix and match between lid, logo, touchpad, palmrests, and bottom. Skins ship with all you need for a smooth, bubble-free application.
SopiGuard Precision (opens in new tab)
Tons Of Options
If you're looking for an affordable full wrap in the same design for your XPS 15 9500, SopiGuard's options are probably going to please. There are myriad design and colors to choose from, with skins to cover lid, bottom, palmrests, and touchpad included. The PVC vinyl used adds protection from scuffs and scrapes.
XtremeSkins (opens in new tab)
XtremeSkins operates out of the UK and offers similar customization to that of dbrand. Mix and match body, touchpad, and accent colors and design, or simply go with one piece to add a bit of flair. The vinyl used is durable, the glue allows the skin to be removed, and the skins can shipped anywhere in the world.
Suggesting some best skins for Dell XPS 15 9500
Any of the options included above are going to achieve the same goal: your XPS 15 (9500) is going to look good and also be protected against minor wear and tear.
If we're making a suggestion, however, dbrand's skins are always on point. They're cut precisely from quality 3M vinyl, they're available in a ton of different options, and they're easy to install without any bubbles. If you'd like to turn your XPS 15 into a different machine, dbrand skins (opens in new tab) are a great way to do it.
If you're still using the Dell XPS 15 (7590), we've also put together a collection of great skins that will fit the older body.
Cale Hunt is a Senior Editor at Windows Central. He focuses mainly on laptop reviews, news, and accessory coverage. He's been reviewing laptops and accessories full time since 2016, with hundreds of reviews published for Windows Central. He is an avid PC gamer and multi-platform user, and spends most of his time either tinkering with or writing about tech.
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