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Dell XPS 13 4289 Signature Edition Laptop + Office 365 Home

Dell XPS 13 4289 Signature Edition Laptop

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Dell XPS 13 4289 Signature Edition Laptop

Dell XPS 13-4289 Touchscreen Ultrabook - Intel Core i5 is rated3.3125 out of5 by16.
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$978.99

(was $1,098.99) save $120.00

$899.00

(was $999.00) save $100.00
  • 13.3-inch Full HD touchscreen
  • Intel Core i5-4210U
  • 8GB memory/128GB SSD
  • Up to 11 hours battery life
  • 13.3-inch Full HD touchscreen
  • Intel Core i5-4210U
  • 8GB memory/128GB SSD
  • Up to 11 hours battery life
 

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  • 13.3-inch Full HD touchscreen
  • Intel Core i5-4210U
  • 8GB memory/128GB SSD
  • Up to 11 hours battery life
  • 13.3-inch Full HD touchscreen
  • Intel Core i5-4210U
  • 8GB memory/128GB SSD
  • Up to 11 hours battery life

 

 

Overview

The ultimate ultraportable

Premium construction, excellent portability, ultra-fast performance—the Dell XPS 13 Signature Edition laptop is as powerful and feature-packed as they get. Whether you're creating your latest digital masterpiece, putting the final touches on your weekly sales report, or dashing from class to class on campus, no task is too big for this stylish overachiever. And since it's a Microsoft Signature Edition PC, you always get a computing experience that's clean, fast, and protected.

As clear as life

As clear as life

Every little detail comes to life on the XPS 13's Full HD screen. Its 1920 x 1080 resolution delivers twice as many pixels as standard HD (720p) for beautiful clarity no matter what you're looking at. And with the 10-point touchscreen, you can effortlessly tap, swipe, scroll, zoom, or pinch your way through your digital world, unlike a MacBook Air.

Solid as a rock

Solid as a rock

Premium craftsmanship and design touches make this laptop a real head-turner. Its all-aluminum body is strong, durable, and stylish front to back, while its carbon-fiber base is tough and thin like aluminum but cooler to the touch. And with a screen built with Corning Gorilla Glass NBT, you get enhanced scratch resistance, reduced scratch visibility, and better retained strength once a scratch occurs. All of which makes for a laptop that's stronger and more reliable than a MacBook Air.

Quote

"This ultraportable delivers solid performance for work and play."

Laptop Mag

Signature Edition PCs

Signature Edition PCs

Exclusive to Microsoft Store, Signature Edition PCs are tuned for fast performance from the second you turn them on. They include free anti-virus software that never expires and have no junkware or trialware, ensuring that your new PC is always clean, fast, and protected.

4th Gen Intel Core i5

4th Gen Intel Core i5

The powerful fourth-generation Intel Core i5 processor delivers fast system performance, uses less power, and enables sharp graphics. And with Intel Turbo Boost Technology, you'll get an automatic burst of speed whenever you need more juice to get the job done.

Protect your PC

Protect your PC

Get peace of mind for your laptop with Microsoft Complete. It gives you extended service and accident protection—plus unlimited software support and training from Answer Desk—for two full years. Add Complete within 45 days of your purchase to get all the benefits, as well as valuable extras like PC Tune-Up, Virus Removal and Protection, and personal in-store training at no extra cost. Complete is an optional service and offers additional coverage to the manufacturer's warranty.

Dell XPS 13 vs. MacBook Air 13

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Touch

Resolution & Display

Materials

Size

Memory


Dell XPS 13
 

Surface Pro 3

Multi-touch display seamlessly integrated with Windows 8.1

1920 x 1080 Full HD LED

Corning Gorilla Glass, carbon fiber base, machined aluminum

0.20-0.70 x 12.4 x 8.1 inches (H x W x D)

8GB


MacBook Air 13
 

MacBook Air

Non-touch display

1440 x 900

Machined aluminum

0.11-0.68 x 12.8 x 8.94 inches (H x W x D)

4GB

Tech specs

Display

13.3 in Full HD LED (1920 x 1080), 10-finger multi-touch support

Processor

Intel Core i5-4210U 1.70 GHz with Turbo Boost Technology up to 2.70 GHz

Memory

8GB DDR3L 1600 MHz

Hard drive size

128GB SSD

Operating system

Windows 8.1, 64-bit

PC type

Laptop

Optical drive

None

Media drive

None

Audio

Waves MaxxAudio Pro

Video

Intel HD Graphics 4400 with shared graphics memory

Ports

2 USB 3.0 (both with PowerShare) • Headphone output/Microphone input combo • Mini DisplayPort

Battery

6-cell lithium-ion (up to 11 hours)*

Camera

Integrated webcam

Wireless

802.11ac/a/b/g/n (Miracast enabled)

Bluetooth

Yes

Dimensions

12.40 x 8.10 x 0.70 in (314.96 x 205.74 x 17.78 mm)

Weight

3.07 lbs (1.39 kg)

Color

Silver

Other

Model number: XPS 13-4289 • Keyboard travel: 1.4 mm • Touchpad dimensions: 100 x 62 mm • TPM 1.2 • Backlit keyboard

For more technical specifications, please see manufacturer's website.

Ratings and reviews

Rated 1 out of5 by fromMakes annoying noiseSearch for "Dell XPS noise" and you'll find dozens of people complaining of a strange electronic hiss from the area under the top-right corner of the laptop. Very annoying, no fix available other than to return it or have a tech replace motherboard. Would not buy again because of that. Otherwise nice hardware.Windows 8.1 is also pretty much worse in every way than Windows 7, but this only ships with 8. If you buy this, search for and install "Classic shell" to make the computer usable without dealing with the metro ui / start screen mess.
Date published: 2015-04-05
Rated 1 out of5 by frompoor touch screen, graphics card, hard driveI had trouble with the touch screen sensitivity. There is no adjustment for sensitivity. The background color changed randomly from white to bluish to yellowish. I found this annoying. Might be the graphics card or the power settings. the battery life was random,too. sometimes it read 9 hours but then 1 hour later it read 2 hours. the hard drive failed after 2 months and it would not boot up. Dell support was poor, got hung-up on multiple times. Got transferred multiple times. Took it back store for a exchange, but it think I will just return it. Glad I bought at Microsoft store since i got an exchange after 2 months without any hassle. Dell policy is only 21 days. I don't want to start over after spending hours on the first one.
Date published: 2015-02-09
Rated 5 out of5 by fromawesome laptop!Just received it and it's pretty epic.Runs great and thin bezel!!!
Date published: 2015-01-10
Rated 3 out of5 by fromExcellent form factor but poor touch screen.I bought this a month ago and returned it next day because the screen is very insensitive to touch. This means there are many miss 'clicks' (touches) and repeated attempts are needed to touch on screen items. I would estimate about 5-10% of touches are missed, that doesn't sound much but becomes really frustrating after a while.The seconds laptop suffered from the same issues, I did keep this laptop for about a week hoping that with updates, screen calibration etc things would get better.Additionally the screen is constantly changing brightness even with the auto-brightness feature turned off. This appears to be an intel graphic thing where it still adjusts the brightness based on the amount of white on the screen. A largly white screen would shift to a blue-ish white, as if the colour temp range was dynamically changing. I couldn't see how to turn it off and it is very annoying.Pros- Great form factor, light and thin. The materials are very good quality.- Nice keyboard and touch pad.- Lovely HD display and crisp screen.- No crapware, thank you Microsoft.Cons- Touch- Auto brightness/colour temp.Microsoft Store was really helpful and made the exchanges very smooth. I highly recommend buying through them.In the end I got a Lenovo Yoga 2, which is a bit chunkier but much better touch.
Date published: 2015-01-09
Rated 3 out of5 by fromMostly great, some flawsI got this for xmas and for the most part have found it to be a good lightweight machine albeit flawed.Pros:keyboard, battery life is fairly good, fast, low weight, looksCons:Major backlight bleed. I mean terrible bleed. For something higher end like this, I am very disappointed.Coil whine. I read that people had this problem and figured I could deal with it. It can be pretty annoying though.I would strongly consider other options after having used this.
Date published: 2015-01-06
Rated 1 out of5 by fromfew ideasyou can say it's ok for the money but it is not. if you don't have a GPU on your machine, then you simply pay that amount of money for a couple of pounds of cheap plastic. dell machines use to be tough and durable but nowadays things have changed a lot. I will go with a product that have his parts user accessible and changeable rather than this
Date published: 2015-01-03
Rated 5 out of5 by fromBetter than I would have imaginedI purchased my XPS 13 this afternoon and am extremely happy with it so far. We have lots of equipment including several PCs and Macs, as well as a several tablets, and I am a web developer professionally. The screen on the XPS 13 is quite good and I'm enjoying the overall size of the machine a lot.So far it was very easy to get it up and running using my existing Microsoft account. I am impressed with how easy it is to keep my files in sync with OneDrive and Office 365.The price was great for an i5 with 8GB/128GB SSD and the build quality feels rock solid. There's no trace of the hum/whine some people have reported and I feel that the machine is a great value.
Date published: 2014-12-28
Rated 2 out of5 by fromMediocre for the PriceAfter having this laptop for a week, here are my thoughts:For a 1000$ laptop, it should not be having issues such as coil whine or trackpad jumping. When the backlight is on, there is an absolutely annoying coil whine that does not get better. Even at times when the backlight is off, but the cpu is at the slightest load, the coil whine returns. This, in my mind, is absolutely pathetic for such an expensive laptop. Another major issue that I have been having is jumpiness of the trackpad. I am not sure whether it is because I am not used to it, or the trackpad is just too sensitive, but this does not affect my usage too much.Onto the good parts of the computer:The laptop is made with excellent material quality in mind. It feels like a macbook, but even more refined. The keyboard is excellent quality, and the matte finish on the interior is very nice. The laptop is fairly fast for an ssd. I have noticed some lag, but this was while downloading large files. The screen is beautiful, and quite strong too. Touchscreen is very responsive, but I have it turned off because I have no use for it at the moment. No bloatware is also a big plus.All in all, it is a great laptop from what I've seen so far, but the handful of blunders that it does have brings you back to reality and makes you think that for the hefty price tag, this laptop was not worth it.
Date published: 2014-11-28
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