Dell delivers two versions of its ultraportable XPS thirteen: a normal laptop and a two-in-one unit. The standard version of the Dell XPS thirteen that I reviewed in April 2020 was run by a 10th era Intel Main processor. Now, for the same £1,399 (inc. VAT) starting up price as that product, the XPS-thirteen two-in-1 is readily available with 11th-era (Tiger Lake) CPUs and Intel Evo branding. The new XPS thirteen also offers Thunderbolt 4 as normal and up to 1TB of SSD storage.
Dell’s XPS thirteen was well obtained from the outset, and for several is the leading ultraportable laptop. The two-in-one model retains all the traits of the normal product, including 360-degree display rotation to guidance pill, tent and presentation modes.