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Posted by: Linda
« on: March 21, 2014, 20:19:03 »

Yea let me tell you about the Dell Xps 12 9Q23. I have had nothing but problems from day one of owning it. I love the design and suits my lifestyle perfectly. But the screen and touch freeze constantly and you will find that right in the middle of working on something you will have to restart the whole tablet. And shortly after using it you will notice burn-in on the screen. I already had the hard drive fail after only six months and although Dell has finally admitted that the Dell Xps 12 has burn-in screen issues and they will replace for free, but then again I will be without a computer for at least a month to month in a half. This tablet has many issues.
Posted by: JohnnyB
« on: January 05, 2014, 14:59:07 »

I agree with the other user. Notebookcheck needs to update this review to reflect this issue and bring attention to it.

 My XPS 12 along with many others - possibly every XPS 12 - experiences image retention issues. DELL has been tight lipped about any possible recall or update to the broken screen so buyers beware. Until they replace the screens in these units with working ones i cannot recommend this.
Posted by: Jaydog
« on: January 03, 2014, 23:02:57 »

There are major issues with the screen of this laptop, both the xps 12 9q23 and the newer 9q33 are both effected by image persistence/image ghosting. It may not become apparent right away but virtually every machines have this fault because of the LG screens they are using. Don't buy until there is a recall or it has been corrected!!!!!!!
http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/laptop/f/3518/t/19497269.aspx
Posted by: Bestware
« on: December 27, 2013, 14:20:00 »

I have this XPS 12, and the one thing you will have to get use to is lots of adapters.  Want to plug in a monitor?  Pull out the mini display adapter.  Want to plug in a memory card?  Need a USB adapter for that.  Want to plug in an Ethernet cable?  Look for an adapter.  DVD player?  Look for the USB external DVD player.  Oh, and none of these adapters are included.  So start shopping accessories ahead of time so you are ready when you need that adapter.
Posted by: Emil
« on: December 23, 2013, 20:19:33 »

Where can i buy dell xps 12 with i7-4650u processor?
Posted by: Steve Schardein
« on: November 26, 2013, 18:40:48 »

Thanks TAC, I updated that.  Appreciate the kind comments everyone!

To answer the question regarding use with a stylus, it is my understanding that any device with a capacitive touchscreen can be used with the proper type of stylus. E.g.:

http://www.amazon.com/BoxWave-EverTouch-Capacitive-iPad-Stylus/dp/B000BUI76S

I hope this helps!
Posted by: Ketim
« on: October 17, 2013, 05:12:31 »

Thank you, it's a very well explained article. Does it work well with a stylizer (pen)? Is there any other ultrabook that can support a stylizer?
Posted by: TAC
« on: October 04, 2013, 07:32:00 »

This laptop doesn't include a Card Reader: SD/MMC
Posted by: Jose
« on: September 21, 2013, 05:01:55 »

Great article and analyses on the Dell XPS 12

Posted by: Redaktion
« on: September 03, 2013, 02:16:16 »

All's well that's Haswell. The critically-acclaimed Dell XPS 12 returns with a nearly-identical form factor but an upgraded chipset and battery. With these improvements under its belt coupled with a $1,200 price tag, can it hope to hang with the best?

http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-Update-Dell-XPS-12-9Q33-Convertible.100626.0.html

 
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