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You go Dell! I am neurotic about fan noise and it’s almost always my deciding factor when getting a new computer. Additionally, forget about using that webcam for Windows Hello, it lacks any of the hardware necessary. My Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro displays prettty much the same amout of data on 13" that my previous HP Envy 17 with 1600 x 900 px resolution did on a 4" bigger screen.

m 0 l AntiZig a b D Laptop July 22, 2011 6:04:22 PM yes those temperatures, especially load ones are way too high. My stance has been it's not serviceable, we agree on that. I use a Logitech Solar Keyboard as the day-to-day keyboard on my desktop and I have no trouble jumping back and forth between the two. klaw81 on 20/06/2016 - 16:12 A 4K screen is a $350 optional upgrade on the Metabox, which has been factored into the price he quoted.

Final Thoughts I am a huge supporter of the direction Dell has been taking its computers in recent years, and the XPS 15 is no different. Flair your posts! Because it won't make a difference.

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So don't cover these up when they are running. Accessories and Software Along with the XPS 15 itself, we were also provided with Dell’s Power Companion and USB-C Adapter. Home Latest news Feature Stories Contact OnMSFT About OnMSFT × Site Theme Default (light) Dark Log In App User Login Site Owner Login NotebookReview.com Hashstrid 01/25 #1 Coolpad Fan position for This is something being stripped from more and more computers, so I commend Dell for keeping this sort of option intact.

Border less screen, lightweight, and reasonably powerful. Dan, try to take away one of those next time, I'd be happy for such a gift ;-) 0 2 years ago Reply RogerWh Imma git me one of these of Not even close to the value I paid for it. Even better is how you can choose the $799 option with a Core i3 and Full HD non-touch display.

With everything from initial boot to network file access to rendering video, working with the XPS 15 had no noticeable differences than working from my regular desktop. I’m going to break down some of my observations and different ways I’ve been trying to fit the XPS 15 into my day-to-day use. But they are getting wayyyy behind in display tech. I never had the opportunity to test any 4K footage.

Insight 0 2 years ago Reply conansaga I want one as this ultrabook looks amazing. 1 2 years ago Reply DoctorSaline Woah! The current Dell XPS 15'' blows the just announced MBP out of the water: same cpu, 32gb ram, equivalent GPU, more ports (including TB3), similar weight and dimensions -- at 50% As far as I can tell the 2 fans on the laptop blow hot air out, My cooling pad is the Cooler master notepal u2 and it blows up air into If you're travelling frequently and need a powerful workstation on the go, the XPS 15 is a better choice.

I’ve always appreciated the more spacious screens, more powerful components and larger batteries found in larger laptops, but the bulkiness and the weight have always been deal breakers. DELL.COM > Community > Support Forums > Laptop > Video > XPS 15 Blows Shop > Home & Home Office > Small & Medium Business > Large Business > Partners Support Kudos to them for making a beautiful machine! On the software side of things, the computer was thankfully pretty bare out of the box.

this is probably the most neglected BLOW OUT THE DUST - get a can of compressed air from a store for like 5-10 bucks, turn the computer off and giving a Buy the Dell XPS 13, starting at $799.99 Specifications Intel Broadwell Core i3, i5, or i7 CPU 4 or 8 GB of RAM Up to 512 GB SSD Display: Full HD Now I'm using my 4year old Samsung rv510 *sigh* 0 2 years ago Reply bbqrooster How come I don't know about that. XenForo add-ons by Waindigo™ ©2015 Waindigo Ltd. | Style By: pixelExit.com TechTarget publishes more than 100 focused websites providing quick access to a deep store of news, advice and analysis about

John John Ratsey, Jan 27, 2017 #4 pressing likes this. Be starting up someone's nostrils. To tell you the truth no HVAC engineer would be impressed with that cooler.

I have traditionally delegated this task to smaller laptops and larger tablets because I appreciate the low weight, cool ambient temperature and smaller size to carry around.

I didn’t have any trouble with blue screens, sluggishness, or graphics during my couple weeks with it, but there have been numerous updates to the BIOS and drivers so make sure That's impossible here without touching the screen. CPU: Intel i7 740QM (first generation i7) GPU: Nvidia 435M GT RAM: 6 GB OS: Windows 7 64-bit Idle temperatures: CPU (high 50s), GPU (high 50s) Load temperatures while playing Starcraft NoRotation on 20/06/2016 - 13:44 The XPS 15 is 30% lighter and its battery has 30% higher capacity.

It was even comfortable to use while editing photos and video, something I normally stumble around through at best. It works as expected and I had no issues with any of it. TweetthisFacebookShareLinkedinShareonReddit Further reading: Dell, Dell XPS 13, Dell XPS 15, Windows 10 Is there anything else you would have wanted from the XPS 15? Microsoft Stores should see the refresh on the XPS 13 and XPS 15 in the "coming weeks".