Summary: This must be the worst computer I have ever used. The viewing angle on the screen is very limited. The laptop crashes about 50% of the time when I put it in sleep mode. And don't get me started about the quality of the touch pad: it's so bad that I have disabled it and connect an external USB mouse instead. I would recommend buying a real Macbook Air instead of this cheaply produced clone.
Summary: I purchased this laptop in February 2013 directly from Dell. From day 1 I loved the small footprint, the light weight, and the power of the system for everyday computing needs. What I hate about the computer is that it will freeze up for about a minute or two, then suddenly start responding again. This has happened while using pretty much every software program on my system, so it's not a specific software conflict.
Summary: good design and size, powerful enough for daily work - i am fan of games so it is more than enough for me. weight is to my surprise as i thought it was a light machine. battery life is excellent.
Summary: I loved this laptop right from the first day. It is a high quality product with a very stylish look. It is very light and at the same time very powerful/super fast. If you want so: it is like a MacBook Pro in the look of a MacBook Air. It is also worthwhile noting that the Dell XPS 13 works very well with Ubuntu Linux. All the hardware is properly recognized and even the special keys work.
Summary: Was initially anxious about buying a computer off Amazon Marketplace, but my worries were unfounded. The laptop arrived in a box with a handle, well-padded against impact, and with accompanying manuals and CDs. The latest drivers had already been installed (including touchpad drivers). I had a difficult time choosing between the Dell XPS 13 and the HP Folio 13, its closest (and worthy) rival.