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The Dell XPS 15Z features a dual-core 2.3GHz Intel Core i5-2410M processor, a 1,366x768 pixel display, switchable Nvidia GeForce GT525M graphics with 1GB of memory, 6GB of DDR3 RAM, a 7200RPM hard drive, a slot-loading DVD writer and plenty connectivity options, including Ethernet, two USB 3.0 ports and an eSATA / USB 2.0 combo port, one Mini DisplayPort, an HDMI 1.4 jack, headphone and microphone jacks, and dual-band Intel 802.11a/g/n Wi-Fi.
Strong performance, battery life, Aggressively priced, Thin, lightweight profile, Gorgeous design.
Stylish aluminum design, Excellent performance, Thinner and lighter than previous versions.
Speedy, modern hardware and features, Sleek, sturdy design.
Sharp design; excellent 1080p display; good performance for price; eSATA port; fingerprint-resistant chassis
Bang for the buck, 1080p display and nice loud speakers, Looks like a MacBook Pro
Unremarkable display resolution.
No Bluray option, Noisy cooling fans
GPU is a bit limited at the high price range, "Splendid Color" oversaturates the display.
No Blu-ray player or lock slot; so-so keyboard
Middleoftheroad battery life, No quadcore or Bluray options, Looks like a MacBook Pro
By FutureLooks on January 30, 2012
How can we sum up? It’s obvious to anyone that the the Dell XPS 15z is being positioned as an Apple alternative. The higher end performance coupled with the aluminum design make that message loud and clear. Does it succeed?Yes and no. People who...
By PCWorld New Zealand on December 06, 2011
Dell's XPS 15Z slimline laptop is an impressive 25mm thickness; not quite Macbook Air thin, but it’s easily the most compact of the multimedia laptops we tested in our mid-2011 roundup.The 15Z boasts the highest clock speed of the models...
By PC Mag on August 10, 2011
The XPS 15z (Microsoft) is available from Microsoft's Store and every bit as luxurious as the Apple MacBook Pro 15-inch, but it won't cost you nearly as much. ...
By ConsumerSearch on August 01, 2011
Reviewers say the Dell XPS 15z is one of the best 15-inch laptops on the market. It earns numerous recommendations for its speedy performance, thin design and bright display. The Dell XPS 15z is outfitted in sleek aluminum, and it is significantly...
By HardwareZone.com on July 29, 2011
There is a new shift in notebook design, and we can smell it. Using the well-honed art of superficial electronic ogling we have pin-pointed the 15.6-inch Dell XPS 15z’s exact source of inspiration -- the MacBook Pro. How do we know for sure? Well...
By Zath UK on July 29, 2011
There’s no denying that the specs and the real-life performance of this machine are admirable. And even the lowest budget option of the three is still reasonable powerful considering the £899 price level. Both the design and the internals...
By HardwareHeaven on July 06, 2011
Starting first with the build quality of the XPS 15z we have system which impresses from the moment we unbox it. The large, curved anodized aluminium sheets which make up the top and bottom of the system look and feel great while offering a sturdy...
By HEXUS.net on July 05, 2011
Despite some niggling issues, we've come away modestly impressed with the XPS 15z. The notebook's design may not be original (far from it), but the end result is an elegant-looking machine that's thin, light and armed with plenty of power...
By PC Advisor on July 04, 2011
Let's hope that the XPS 15z proves to be a turning point for Dell, signaling a new direction for Dell consumer product design and engineering in general, rather than a niche "high style" brand that will represent only a small fraction of the...
By PCWorld on July 01, 2011
If every Dell laptop were this good in both build and design, the company's reputation among consumers would be completely restored. Dell XPS 15z: Attractively Built, Attractively Priced Laptop Dell XPS 15z Review, by Jason Cross July 1, 2011 The...
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