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Author Topic: Fully loaded Dell XPS 13 9310 with 11th gen Core i7, 16 GB LPDDR4x RAM, and 512 GB NVMe SSD now on sale for $1319 USD  (Read 179 times)

Redaktion

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Dell's most popular consumer Ultrabook is a few hundred dollars off at the moment with the highest-end Core i7 CPU option. It doesn't come with 4K, but we're absolutely fine with that considering the already small 13.4-inch screen size.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Fully-loaded-Dell-XPS-13-9310-with-11th-gen-Core-i7-16-GB-LPDDR4x-RAM-and-512-GB-NVMe-SSD-now-on-sale-for-1319-USD.540609.0.html

zach

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Still costs more than a MacBook Air for worse performance, battery life, speakers and screen. And when you unplug the laptop, the performance is even worse. I don't know how they sell any of these unless you have an irrational fear of Macs or some niche software the developers haven't made the Mac version for.

 

 
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