Summary: I have this ultrabook for a while so I can give it a fair review. The worst part of this laptop is where the battery is located. You have to take the entire computer apart in order to reseat the battery that jogs loose.
Don't buy. Very weak display. Bad support software.
21 August 2014
Summary: As a PC it is ok but it has the worst display I have owned since the 80s. The touch screen feature seems pointless and to me useless. Also the Dell maintenance add on software is doesn't work well and is confusing.
Summary: when we look at pictures and some low contrast movies the screen is getting dimmer and looks like camera negative reel...the fans runs very low through which i had to purchase a cooling pad in return for overheat....
Summary: The annoyances piled up on this laptop, causing me to return it. First, the touch pad is very unresponsive and I found myself having to tap multiple times before the click finally registers. Then the SSD on the hard drive started re-recognizing periodically in the task bar.
Summary: The Laptop came after some difficulty and started up but had problems with software. I was able to reach someone at Dell that was quite knowledgeable and after a few hours the computer was generally working. I have problems with WIN8 and will have to deal with it.
Summary: This was a little heavier than I wanted, but that wasn't a problem. I am coming from an HP and it was easy to turn the mouse pad off on that (double click) and googling, the only way I could find to turn this mouse pad off was to go into the settings and manually the. It off.
Is not what the specs promised, have tricky description
Daniel Murillo, Amazon
21 December 2013
Summary: This ultrabook is ok, but the specs aren't clear neither honest. They described a 3.1GHz Intel core i7 but it is a 2.0GHz Intel Core i7 with turbo that reachs up 3.1GHz, so is true that this ultrabook has 3.1 but using the turbo. I feel cheated with that spec.