Conclusion: If you need a laptop to keep you entertained on the go, Dell’s XPS 14z is one of the best around. A good combo of portability and performance, Dell would have earned full praise from our end if not for that mediocre, run-of-the-mill screen.
Pros: Solid and robust, Attractive design, Multimedia performance in a light, ultrabook-like package
Cons: Lack of ports, XPS branding not up to its gaming heritage in this device
Summary: The Dell XPS 14z is a laptop of excellent quality, excellent aesthetics that combines technical features remarkable. To underline the quality of the display graphic, powerful processor, plenty of RAM, audio quality, memory card reader, high autonomy, HDMI and USB 3.0 connectivity, even if the doors are very few available.
Pros: Hard disk, processor, plenty of RAM, HD Webcam, NVIDIA graphics card, memory card reader
Summary: At Rs.78,900, the Dell XPS 14z is quite an expensive 14-inch notebook, but then it does justify that price, to an extent. The price jump seems to be related to the 3-year warranty that comes as standard. Also, the notebook packs an impeccable build and finish and the attention to detail is pretty darn good. More importantly, it feels like a premium product and it also has the goods to back it up. If portability and style is your criteria, then the XPS 14z is a good buy.
Excerpt: The Dell XPS 14z is a step above the standard Dell notebook, but it comes with an attractive $799 starting price that puts it within the range of students and creative professionals on a budget. The XPS 14z is thin and light, but unlike most notebooks in this category and the new Ultrabooks, the XPS 14z includes an optical drive.
Pros: Great Looks, Good performance, Wonderful sound, Attractive pricing
Cons: Mediocre keyboard w poor backlighting, Only 2 USB ports
Excerpt: Notebook audio is always a mixed bag, and often a disappointingly muddy and quiet bag at that. When you do hear good audio it’s usually found on notebooks designed to be stuck on a desk, but the Dell XPS 14z is able to pack in some of the best sounding speakers I’ve ever heard, in a surprisingly portable package — one that starts at $899.
Summary: Earlier this year, we took a long, hard look at one of 's most highly-anticipated multimedia notebooks to date. That was the , and we thought pretty highly of it in almost every measurable way, including its delightfully thin dimensions. Fast forward a few months, and in slides the XPS 14z.
Dell XPS 14z – 14 inch display, futuristic look and powerful hardware inside a 13 inch laptop chassis
3 November 2011
Conclusion: With all that, the Dell XPS 14z is under 1 inch thick, and according to the manufacturer it’s “the thinnest fully featured laptop in the world”, which probably means that it has the top of the line, non ULV Core i7 and an optical drive. Hard to argue with that, and the 14z is definitely a great choice for anyone who wants a portable workstation that has everything you need for even some of the most resource intensive tasks.