Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 20th Feb 2015 23:54 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems

The Dell XPS 13 ends up being responsive, small, light, and well built. Dell has crafted what I am sure most people were hoping for when the original Ultrabook specification was announced. On top of that, they have designed a laptop with class-leading battery life, and plenty of choice to let people buy as little or as much as they need. Considering the competition, this is clearly the Ultrabook of the Broadwell-U generation to beat, and from what we saw at CES it may very well go unchallenged for the remainder of the year.

This is the kind of stuff Dell should restrict itself to. Looks like a winner - that battery life is exceptionally amazing.

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The only interesting thing...
by fkooman on Sat 21st Feb 2015 11:16 UTC
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https://major.io/2015/02/03/linux-support-dell-xps-13-9343-2015-mode...

It seems to be getting better, but I'd never buy a machine anymore before having 100% working Linux support out of the box ;)

Loving my Asus X201EP that came with Ubuntu out of the box ;)

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