Dell’s XPS 13 2-in-1 convertible is a bezel-less Windows 10 dream machine

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Over the past few years, laptops have quietly become more impressive when it comes to design and power, especially when it comes to premium ultrabooks. However, we’ve never seen that “perfect” machine. Every laptop seems to have one standout flaw. However, Dell may have just changed that…

Dell’s XPS lineup of laptops have been regarded as some of the best laptops on the market over the past few years, and the XPS 13 has proven to be one of the best mid-size laptops on the market for many.

Just ahead of CES 2017, Dell has announced a new version of the XPS 13, this time with updated specs, thinner bezels all around, and a 2-in-1 convertible design.

The new XPS 13 makes the “chin” of the laptop even smaller by moving the camera and other sensors to the very bottom of the display. The laptop is available with Intel’s latest 7th generation processors, two USB-C ports for charging and data transfer (a USB-A dongle is included with the laptop), up to 16GB of RAM and up to 1TB of SSD storage, as well as a 1080p or QHD+ display. The machine is also one of the slimmest ultrabooks on the market today at just 13.3mm and it’s also very light at just 2.7lbs.

Dell will open sales of the XPS 13 2-in-1 starting on January 5th with models available starting at $999 and heading up to $1,799.

XPS 13 2-in-1 at Dell