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Posted by: Patrik Johansson
« on: March 23, 2015, 13:00:34 »

This review is a bit misleading as it is easy to assume that it relates to a 2015 update of the XPS15 when it is in fact more of a late review of the 2014 model. Especially as the XPS13 has been recently updated and it would seem logical that the XPS15 would also be updated as it is quite old now (relatively speaking). 
Posted by: Rinnnn
« on: March 20, 2015, 03:34:33 »

@gary
I agree. This laptop is expensive and has high temperatures, a VERY reflective screen, a GT750M(should have come with a GTX850M or 950M) and still 87% overall??

I'll explain what is wrong in this review...

-Temperatures itself got 80% despite them being less than decent. High temps in load(should be 70-79%)
-Extremely reflective screen and still got a 88% in display(should be 60-70%)
-Games performance got 90%? But you only tested one game! LOL! (should be 70% since its only comes with GT750M and its outdated) 

I suspect the reviewer is a hardcore Dell fanboy. Please Notebookcheck, next time make your reviews less fanboy-ish and come up with more REALISTIC scores.

This laptop shouldn't have got more than 80%. a 70%-79% would be acceptable.
Posted by: jeff0078
« on: March 19, 2015, 14:53:19 »

No matte = no consideration!
Posted by: paul4on
« on: March 19, 2015, 14:10:41 »

16:10 matte and then they might have have the display perfect.
Posted by: gary
« on: March 19, 2015, 13:04:26 »

2 year old GPU, expensive, and ridiculously high screen resolution (with all the associated problems of scaling and performance hits) and you give it 87.. get real !
Posted by: Rdack
« on: March 19, 2015, 11:51:05 »

It would be a perfect laptop with Broadwell ULV and 850M graphics, but it unfortunatelly just a noisy hot, slow GPU machine, not sure how could get so high percentage in this test.
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: March 19, 2015, 09:14:54 »

Even more pixels! As the successor to Dell's XPS 15 (Late 2013) with its QHD+ display, the American company now presents the rehauled XPS 15 in a new configuration with a 4K UHD display and a more powerful processor. The almost perfect display image and reasonably good performance are enticing. Unfortunately, some of the computer's former problems remain unresolved.

http://www.notebookcheck.net/Dell-XPS-15-Notebook-Review.138209.0.html

 
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