People have been asking me to review the Dell XPS 13 for as long as I've been looking at laptops. So when Dell offered to loan me the latest version of its nearly bezel-less notebook, equipped with the newest eighth-generation Intel Core i7, I jumped at the chance. What I found was a laptop with a conservative design that surprised me – but with enough power (in the processor and the battery) to see me through the longest of workdays.
The Dell XPS 13 is a workhorse in the truest sense, and because of that I can't help but respect it. Join me for MrMobile's Dell XPS 13 review, and be sure to check out Windows Central Executive Editor Daniel Rubino's more-timely take as well!
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