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Introducing DELL XPS 15z Laptop
With smart, intuitive features to match its craftsmanship, DELL XPS 15z is a masterpiece of form and function. It looks like thin is still in and laptops continue to get thinner. With professionals and artisans seeking an ultra-thin laptop, packed with the latest technology that is as beautiful and durable outside as it is powerful inside.
Dell’s XSP 15z, its first in a series of new thin and ultra-powerful products, offers 2nd-generation Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors, optional 15.6-inch Full HD (1080p) display for superior entertainment and web-browsing experiences, a backlit keyboard with adjustable brightness and up to eight hours of battery life-all housed in a luxurious, eye-catching and elegantly crafted case that is less than an inch thick.
The XPS 15z is better than its gimmicky thickness claims, and is in fact a well-made, reasonably configurable, upscale multimedia and gaming. With the XPS 15z, you can easily edit and share photos using Stage software, then view them on the amazingly bright and vivid 39.6cm (15.6) display with optional Full HD.
Advanced wireless features make XPS 15z your go-to device from the road or the living room. Built-in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity ensure it is fast and easy to connect with e-mail, websites, Skype and Facebook from almost anywhere.
The good: The new Dell XPS15z is extremely thin for a midsize laptop, and includes a powerful CPU and midrange GPU, along with a 1080p display and backlit keyboard.
The bad: It is still not thinner than the 15-inch MacBook Pro, and in our high-end $1,500 configuration, we’d expect longer battery life and a better GPU.