Pleasantly light and compact.
Excellent keyboard and touchpad.
Attractive, elegant design.
Good graphics power.
Intel Core i7 processor, Nvidia switchable graphics.
Big 750GB hard drive.
Needs more USB ports.
Could use slightly more pixels on screen.
Most ports in the back.
Mushy touchpad buttons.
Narrow viewing angles.
Battery life is a bit short.
By PC Advisor on March 16, 2012
Dell's XPS 14z could be accused of looking rather like a MacBook Pro. If this was a deliberate ploy, it’s also a risky one, as few laptops can stand comparison with the MacBook Pro's design, build and feature set and still walk away with...90
By PCWorld New Zealand on February 17, 2012
The latest in Dell’s XPS line of performance-oriented laptops, the 14z could double as a contender in the ultraportable stakes (it’s just 23mm thick) if not for its comparatively ‘heavy’ 2kg weight.We first got a sneak peek at...80
By Tech2 on January 04, 2012
At Rs.78,900, the Dell XPS 14z is quite an expensive 14-inch notebook, but then it does justify that price, to an extent. The price jump seems to be related to the 3-year warranty that comes as standard. Also, the notebook packs an impeccable build...65
By Kitguru.net on December 23, 2011
Whether you like them or not, almost everyone agrees that Apple have been consistently creating some of the most beautiful laptop computers for many years. Dell are keen to showcase that they have the engineering prowess to compete with Apple and...80
By ThinkDigit on December 20, 2011
With the Dell XPS 14z, Dell has almost manged to make one of the perfect laptops. It has an elegant design, it is light-weight, it has latest hardware to get you through most tasks not to forget light gaming, excellent keyboard and trackpad and good...70
By PCWorld on November 09, 2011
Dell's XPS 14z offers a balanced approach to thin-and-light, full featured laptops, but has only two USB ports. Images (click to enlarge) Dell XPS 14z Review: Just a Little Short of Laptop Perfection Dell XPS 14z Review, by Loyd Case November 9, 280
By Good Gear Guide on November 04, 2011
If it had a better keyboard and touchpad, the XPS 14z would be at least a 4-star notebook. It offers great performance and features for its size and price point, making it suitable for anyone who wants plenty of power and convenience in a unit...75
By LaptopMag on October 24, 2011
The Dell XPS 14z follows in the footsteps of its bigger brother, the XPS 15z, by combining sophisticated style with impressive speed. But this premium laptop crams a 14-inch display in a 13-inch metal chasis, making it a better option for...80
By TechRadar on October 24, 2011
We first checked out Dell's XPS 14z at IFA, a slightly dinkier version of its excellent XPS 15z laptop. The XPS 14z hits stores today and we've already spent a few days snuggling up and getting to know it.While a 14-inch version of a 15-inch...80
By CNET Australia on October 24, 2011
The XPS 14z is a great all-rounder, and we can see it entering the arsenal of both consumers and businesses...80