Dell’s new XPS 13 looks better than ever

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.

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