By Paul JanssenThe new Dell XPS 13 laptop has a much thinner profile than the previous Dell laptops and looks quite different to the earlier models.
Its chassis has been given a new matte black finish, its power button has been replaced by a silver one, and its screen is now made of glass rather than plastic.
The Dell Xps 13 is also a bit bigger than its predecessor.
It measures 7.5in x 6.7in x 0.4in (HWD), which is 0.5mm narrower than the XPS 15.
That’s a bit smaller than the 7in x 5in x 1.5inch laptop from earlier this year, which is slightly bigger than the 6in x 3in x 2.4inch Dell Xserve.
But the Xps13 is not a laptop that has to be scaled up to fit in a backpack.
The laptop is still slightly larger than the 13in Xserves that were released in 2013 and 2014, and it is a bit heavier, but its dimensions are actually slightly smaller than its rivals.
The XPS13 has the same 13.3-inch screen as its predecessor, which has been scaled down to a 5.5-inch size.
The laptop has also got a USB-C port for charging, an SD card slot, and a MicroSD card slot.
The power button is still on the left side of the laptop, though.
There’s a 4,400mAh battery on the bottom of the XserVE, but this is no longer used, and the laptop is powered by a 5,000mAh battery instead.
The new Dell laptop also has a more spacious keyboard, although its buttons are now a little smaller and the keycaps are now glossy.
There’s also an audio jack on the top of the machine, which lets you listen to music with headphones.
The new Xservo is also slightly lighter and thicker than the older Xservos, with the base being 0.75in (1.8cm) thicker and the sides measuring 0.8in (3.1cm).
It has a similar design to its predecessor’s, and Dell has changed the layout.
The main difference is that the Xp13’s keyboard is now slightly longer than its predecessors’ and has a backlight on the side.
The keyboard is also now made from carbon fibre, which was previously a common material used on laptops and other consumer electronics.
The Xp12 is also still made from aluminium, and is slightly thinner and lighter than the laptop.
There are some new specs for the new XPS.
It now has a 4K screen, up from the 5K that was the standard before the new Dell model.
It also has 2GB of RAM, up compared to the 1GB that was used before the XPTs and the Xs10, which also had a 2GB RAM slot.
The 13.1-inch laptop has an Intel HD Graphics 620 chip, which makes it a lot faster than the HD Graphics 6800 that came before it.
It has an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 GPU that has a 2,000MHz memory clock.
The top of this new Xps is covered with a plastic panel.
Dell says the screen is matte black, but you can still see some fingerprints.
It uses a metal frame to protect the speakers, and you can see some light scratches on the sides.
The lid is now also made of plastic, and we can see that there’s a metal backplate that protects the screen and the keyboard.
The back of the screen also has an LED light that lets you know when the laptop has charged, and there’s also a button for quick settings.
There are a number of other new features in the new version of the Dell Xp 13, including an optical drive, USB-A ports, and 802.11ac Wi-Fi connectivity.
The only difference between this model and the older one is the size of the keyboard, which Dell claims is 0,8mm wider.
The 12.6-inch Xservet also comes with a smaller screen, but it is still taller than the 14.6in Xp15.