Sandy Bridge Quad-core processor.
Skype-certified HD webcam.
Nvidia GeForce GT 540M is a nice boost in graphics power.
Soft mouse buttons.
HDMI and Displayport.
Long list of processor options.
Excellent JBL speakers.
Thick and clunky.
A fully loaded configuration can be pricey.
By cnet on December 06, 2013
The Dell XPS 15 takes on Apple's MacBook Pro with Retina Display in almost every category, even beating it in a few. But for such a hefty investment, a design overhaul is in order.82
By NotebookCheck on August 27, 2012
Rarely has the evaluation of a notebook computer been so difficult as with the Dell XPS 15. Great performance in almost all disciplines on the one hand, the thermal issues on the other – a clear conclusion becomes very difficult. But let us recall...85
By Gadget Guy Australia on August 14, 2012
Most laptops that pass through GadgetGuy’s office at the moment tend to offer a minimalist computing experience, with a smallish screen, smallish drive, and a sleek streamlined look. Not everyone is after the little laptop lifestyle, and Dell...70
By PC Mag on July 30, 2012
This latest incarnation of the Dell XPS 15 boasts a refined, if not entirely original, design and impressive...80
By LaptopMag on July 14, 2012
An elegant design, beautiful full HD display and fast performance make the Dell XPS a compelling multimedia...80
By PC Authority on October 24, 2011
A tad expensive, but Dell's mighty XPS is a powerful laptop with great battery life and a generous range of features....83
By PC Mag on March 22, 2011
The Dell XPS 15 (Sandy Bridge) is arguably the most complete desktop replacement laptop, even if it isn't the fastest or the prettiest. Buy it nowClick here to shop...80
By CNET Asia on March 22, 2011
Equipped with second-gen Intel Core i-series CPUs and improved Nvidia graphics, the new Dell XPS 15 performs even better than its predecessor, although it's still just as bulky. Also, keep in mind that the XPS 15 ranges greatly in price, from...80
By Online Notebook on March 21, 2011
I last reviewed Dell XPS 15 in November and the manufacturer is back now with a refreshed list of specs. The previous XPS wasn’t really svelte but the entry level model which costed around $849 had a good set of features and the speakers too were...-
By CIOL on March 03, 2011
Being from Dell’s XPS lineage you can expect best of breed features and performance from this hefty looking notebook. The weight of almost 3 Kg shouldn’t be a deterrent when you are looking for a notebook that serves you as a gaming or...-