Zitat von: Andres am Oktober 07, 2019, 08:41:13I have the new XPS 13 7390 clamshell in the i5 8GB RAM configuration. I have noticed some lag when I try to change the screen brightness and the battery estimation varies wildly (from 30h+ to <10h in a few minutes difference while only using word processor), and a few other minor issues. I would like to know if your review units of the XPS 13 2-in-1 also experienced this issues or if it's normal and I should just be happy with my unit.ThanksHi Andres, I am interested in buying the XPS 13 7390 clamshell version myself. Could you please list all the minor issues you mentioned in your post? Anything that is particularly problematic? Thanks!
I have the new XPS 13 7390 clamshell in the i5 8GB RAM configuration. I have noticed some lag when I try to change the screen brightness and the battery estimation varies wildly (from 30h+ to <10h in a few minutes difference while only using word processor), and a few other minor issues. I would like to know if your review units of the XPS 13 2-in-1 also experienced this issues or if it's normal and I should just be happy with my unit.Thanks
“ You'll be giving up a lot of extras just for the thin aesthetics of the latest XPS 13 2-in-1.”Thin aesthetics and 32 GB RAM option - which if it matters to one none of the alternatives seem to have.
Hi, how did you guys managed a score of 2024 under cinebench R20??? That's a crazily high score and outlandish. Can you reproduce that consistently? My maximum score is around `1650 for R20 and 734 for R15... I would like to know what clockspeed do you reach under thermal throttling? I'm suspecting the XPS 13 7390 have wildly inconsistent ice lake performance. Do you guys purchase your own laptops or are they sent by Dell?
A short review from me: I've received my i7 unit with 32GB ram in September 2019. Since then it has been permanently under repair with several parts literally falling apart:Various keys get stuck over time and don't come up anymore. I had 2 keyboards in the first unit I received, both suffering the same problem. The keys already have a short travel, but in my model some keys randomly get stuck half down. Including sometimes the space bar, at whichtextslook likethis. The rubber at the display and at the bottom of the device gets loose and disconnects after about 1 month of use. I attribute this to the general hotness of my devices.The bottom of my device tends to get very hot with an ambient temperature of 25C, as hot that I can almost burn my hand (keeping it a few seconds is ok, I would not hold it longer than that). Fans are almost always on, probably tightly related. Even in idle mode.The audio jack port got loose after 1.5 month of use and the headset connector does not stay properly anymore. This causes audio to partially go through the speakers, partially through the headset.Related to that are loose hinges, which make the display very shaky.I'm now with a replacement device. It also tends to get very hot again and as that started the process of breaking the first unit, I'm now the third month since buying in constant touch with Dell.My impression is that the i7/32GB model is a design flaw: while yes, it supports 32GB RAM, if I fill it up with some browser tabs (tweetdeck, facebook, reddit, etc. - quite someheavy tabs), the machine becomes cpu bound and is almost as slow as the 5th gen Lenovo X1 carbon, which is constantly swapping with the same workload.Reliability wise, it's the worst notebook I've bought in 22 years and would strongly recommend to avoid this device.
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