A Review of the Dell XPS 13 Plus Laptop

Dell's XPS line has long been respected as some of the best Windows laptops out there, able to tackle many of the most demanding tasks professional creatives can throw at them. The latest model in the series is the XPS 13 Plus 9320, and this great video review takes a look at the laptop and the sort of performance you can expect from it in practice. 

Coming to you from Matthew Moniz, this excellent video review takes a look at the Dell XPS 13 Plus laptop. In addition to its attractive design, it comes with a variety of features, including:

  • 3.4 GHz Intel Core i7 12-Core (12th Gen)
  • 16 or 32 GB LPDDR5 RAM
  • 512 GB or 1 TB NVME SSD
  • 13.4" 1,920 x 1,200 LED or 3,456 x 2,160 OLED touchscreen
  • Integrated Intel Iris Xe graphics
  • HD IR webcam
  • Fingerprint reader
  • Dual-mic array
  • Quad-speaker design
  • Two Thunderbolt 4 USB-C ports
  • Bluetooth 5.2
  • Wi-Fi 6E
  • Backlit zero-lattice keyboard
  • Up to 13 hours of battery life
  • Four performance modes for balancing fan noise and performance
  • Capacitive touch function row
  • Seamless glass touchpad

Altogether, the XPS 13 Plus looks like quite an attractive and capable laptop that should cover the needs of many creatives. Check out the video above for Moniz' full thoughts on the computer. 

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2 Comments
Hector Belfort's picture

I've an XPS 15 and its a fine laptop but the touch pad is poor, especially if there is any dust on it or if it running warm. The way touchpads have gone is the triumph of looks over function. A defined right and left click button works better for me but nobody seems to do that any more. This XPS13 Plus seems to be even more minimal. I wonder does it move at all or is it double touch for click. I've always thought Intel's naming of the processor i3, i5, i7, i9 10th, 11th , 12th generation etc is confusing to the general public.

Al F's picture

Great laptop, skip OLED , and high res screen if you want battery life. The 1280p will hit a thermal limit of the chassis....