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Dell XPS 15z

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Dell XPS 15z Review: Kinda Luxurious

PC Perspective
19 April 2012
  • Excerpt: Dell has long tried to enter the high-end luxury laptop market. These attempts have always been met with mixed results. While Dell’s thick, power and relatively affordable XPS laptops are a good pick for people needing a desktop replacement, they don’t cause the thinness-obsessed media to salivate.
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Overall 8

Dell XPS 15z Notebook PC Review

30 January 2012
  • Summary: Yes and no. People who want to have a Mac and Mac OS X will still turn to an Apple MacBook of some form, but products like the XPS 15z demonstrate that the Windows PC folks in the audience have stylish choices too. The overall performance is definitely several steps up from the usual budget notebook and the build quality is there to match too.
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Thin Wins

Gear Patrol
12 December 2011
  • Excerpt: The design of Dell’s new XPS 15z laptop ($999+) may seem familiar to Mac fans, but it’s still a welcome offering to P.C. users overwhelmed by cheap plastic. Touted by Dell as the “thinnest 15.6-inch laptop in existence”, the XPS 15z measures a willowy 0.97 in. thick while still packing plenty of firepower under its blinged-out aluminum and magnesium alloy hood.
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Overall 7

Dell XPS 15z Review

10 October 2011
  • Summary: This particular configuration of the Dell XPS 15z will set you back by Rs.84,900, which makes it quite expensive and definitely a premium notebook. Having said that, we will say that you won’t be disappointed with this notebook. The design, finish and the attention given to every detail are impeccable and we can see why they’ve priced it this high. If you are on the look-out for a premium grade notebook, then the XPS 15z is a very good option to start with.
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Overall 10

Dell XPS 15z

30 September 2011
  • Summary: The Dell XPS 15z laptop is available for a starting price of Rs. 70,800—our review sample retails for a price of Rs. 81,800, since it’s a higher-end model. For that price, you get a sophisticated, premium 15-inch desktop replacement laptop for home entertainment. It’s very well built and feels elegant and premium on touch with a quality finish.
  • Pros: Stylish, well built, Full-HD widescreen display, Very good features, performance, Free 2GB online backup, 3-year warranty
  • Cons: No dedicated number pad
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Dell XPS 15z – the XPS line is getting more attractive by the hour

7 September 2011
  • Conclusion: The 15z is intended as an entertainment machine, but it’s obviously fast enough to handle anything from video editing to 3D rendering (let’s not kid ourselves, the 525M is as fast as the older Quadro FX 1800m, and that was and still is enough for most OpenGL software) and just as portable as a MacBook Pro – if you can live without the customer support, this will make an amazing purchase for the low price starting at $999.
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Dell XPS 15z Review: Style & Power With a Beautiful Screen

27 July 2011
  • Conclusion: If you are looking for a MacBook Pro, go buy a MacBook Pro. If you are looking for a sexy looking Windows notebook with plenty of power and a beautiful 1080P HD display, then the XPS15z is the notebook for you.
  • Pros: 1080P Display, Great Audio, Power for Creation, Work and Play
  • Cons: Touchpad Palm Rejection, Battery Life
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Overall 7

Expert Review

21 July 2011
  • Excerpt: The XPS 15z has a strong design, a beautiful 1080p LCD, and speed for the money. We had some quibbles, but its CPU/GPU muscle and long battery life make this a fine all-purpose machine.
  • Pros: Sharp design, Excellent 1080p display, Good performance for price, ESATA port, Fingerprint-resistant chassis
  • Cons: No Blu-ray player or lock slot, So-so keyboard
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Overall 6

Dell XPS 15z notebook review

5 July 2011
  • Conclusion: Despite some niggling issues, we've come away modestly impressed with the XPS 15z. The notebook's design may not be original (far from it), but the end result is an elegant-looking machine that's thin, light and armed with plenty of power beneath the hood. Dell has managed to capture some of the beauty of Apple's MacBook Pro, and offers it in a considerably cheaper package equipped with a Windows operating system that's familiar to millions.
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Overall 8
Performance 9
Battery performance 9
Display 8
Weight 8
Noise 7
Gaming performance 8
Connectivity 8
Keyboard 9
Temperature 8

Review Dell XPS 15z Notebook

2 June 2011
  • Summary: The good years are past. Dell has put its XPS range on a diet and re-places the result as the XPS z-series. You wouldn't quite believe that it is a successor of the exclusive Adamo, which was considered to be an opponent of the MacBook Air at the time. Be that as it may, connoisseurs of good design will nevertheless be satisfied.
  • Pros: Successful design, High-end materials, Good connectivity and positioning, Good display brightness and contrast, Solid performance reserves, Good battery life, Dell has done everything right in terms of design. The XPS 15z can be still called the most attractive notebook in Dell product range.
  • Cons: Loud hard disk, High temperatures and noise during load, Moderate speaker quality, Irremovably built-in battery, The consistency to continue the basic premium idea into the smallest detail
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