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.
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 […]
Excerpt: Earlier this year, we took a long, hard look at one of Dell 's most highly-anticipated multimedia notebooks to date. That was the XPS 15z , 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
Excerpt: Dell has been on a roll lately with business laptops, but they haven’t been slacking on their consumer laptops, either, if you can actually call them that way – their quality has been getting better every year, and the latest models may very well be even sturdier and well-built than the previous generation of Precision notebooks.