DELL XPS 13-9320 PLUS
Intel Core i7-1260P ( 3.4GHz base frequency Up to 4.7 GHz, 18MB Cache, 12 Cores, 16 Threads )
16 GB DDR5
512 GB Intel® PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD
Intel Iris Xe
13.3" 3.5K OLED WVA, 400nits, DCI-P3 100%, 60Hz, 2ms response time, Anti-Glare Touch Display
Windows 11 Home
01 Year Local.
DELL XPS 13 PLUS | 12TH GEN | Intel Core i7-1260P (3.4 GHz) | 16GB DDR5 RAM | 512GB SSD | Intel Iris Xe Graphics | 13.3″ 3.5K OLED 400nits | SILVER | Win-11 Home | 1 Year Int. Warranty | (NEW)
DELL XPS 13 PLUS
- Gen : 12TH GEN
- Processor : Core i7- 1260P
- Ram : 16GB DDR5
- Storage : 512 SSD
- GPU : Intel Iris Xe
- Display : 13.3″ 3.5K OLED
- OS : Win-11 Home
- Warranty : 1 Year International
- Status : NEW
Available on backorder
DELL XPS 13 PLUS
DELL XPS 13 PLUS Price in Pakistan
Avante garde, thy name is Dell XPS 13 Plus. The laptop is like nothing you’ve ever seen from Dell. First off, the color. The Plus is an absolute dream in Graphite. The dark carbon aluminum chassis is cool to the touch and surprisingly fingerprint-resistant. The Dell emblem gleams regally in the center of the lid. The rear of the laptop slopes into a soft incline. Flip the laptop over and you’ll see a pair of rubber feet, a glossy XPS logo and three pairs of vents on either side. But it’s when you open the notebook that things get really interesting. There’s an edge-to-edge keyboard towards the top of the system. At the very top is a capacitive touch function row that can switch between your usual Function and media keys by pressing the fn and esc keys simultaneously.
The more things change, the more things stay the same. So while the Dell XPS 13 Plus has this radical new look, I’m glad the company kept the four-sided InfinityEdge display with its incredibly slim bezels. Those barely-there bezels allowed Dell to squeeze a 13.4-inch, 3,456 x 2,160-pixel OLED touch display into the incredibly sleek chassis.
The Dell XPS 13 Plus’s keyboard. The edge-to-edge, zero-lattice design is striking and the large keys make typing that much easier. The keys render a gentle click when typing and my fingers never bottomed out. The backlighting is just bright enough to let me work in a darkened environment.
The invisible touchpad. Instead of the usual rectangular recess in the middle of palm rest, there’s just a smooth surface. But run your fingers along where the touchpad normally resides and you’ll feel a slight vibration and see the cursor appear. That’s right; Dell embedded a haptic touchpad into that smooth glass surface.
Pretty sneaky Dell. I scoured the body of the Dell XPS 13 Plus looking for the speakers only to discover that two of the quad speaker setup are hiding under the keyboard while the remainder are housed in the laptop’s base. The result is loud, sometimes distorted audio that had no problem filling my smallish living room.
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