Dell says the new XPS 13’s screen to body ratio is now up to 91.5 percent, even higher than HP’s latest Spectre x360. That makes the 13.4-inch display even more of a star, with no distracting bezels to get in the way. Best of all, the XPS 13 loses most of the bottom display bezel that plagued the last model — now it’s almost as if the screen is directly connected to the keyboard. The taller 16:10 aspect ratio also gives you a bit more work space than a standard widescreen notebook. Just like before, you’ve got screen options around 1080p and 4K, except this time they’re a bit taller to account for the taller size, and all of the displays support HDR and Dolby Vision.