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DELL XPS 13 prices in Malaysia

Say goodbye to bezels. The Dell XPS 13 is an incredibly beautiful Ultrabook: It's ultra thin and ultra portable, and packs enough power to get you through your day and then some. It's also got a virtually bezel-less display which Dell calls the world's first InfinityEdge display. Read more below!

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DELL XPS 13 Price by Country

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Indonesia IDR 9,527,000
Malaysia MYR 4,099
Philippines PHP 61,002
Singapore SGD 1,660
Thailand THB 54,900
Vietnam VND 17,800,000

About DELL XPS 13 Malaysia

Setting Design Standards For Ultrabookwith the Dell XPS 13 in Malaysia

The Dell XPS 13 is an incredibly beautiful Ultrabook that has been artfully constructed from the most premium of materials. The Dell XPS 13 is designed to maximize durability in its ultra portable form factor; the main external components are crafted with utmost precision from a single block of aluminum. This allows for an extremely sturdy and durable chassis with a beautiful design overall. The XPS 13 only weighs 1.29kg and is only 0.6 inches thick at its thickest point, making it extremely easy and convenient to carry around.

The display of the XPS 13 is also covered by Corning Gorilla Glass NBT, which is an immensely strong glass developed and designed by Corning and their great technologies. Not only is it strong, but it is also ten times more scratch resistant - which is especially useful with the touchscreen-enabled model for users in Malaysia.

Infinity Edge

Notice how most laptops and Ultrabook have very unsightly thick bezels (the borders a round the screen)? That is not an issue with the Dell XPS 13. The XPS 13 has a virtually bezel-less display that Intel dubs the InfiniteDisplay. Not only is it bezel-free, but the display is incredibly sharp and bright, even under direct sunlight – you'll also enjoy true natural colors on the display.

Ultra Thin, Ultra Powerful

The Dell XPS 13 is an Ultrabook that is fully loaded for enhanced performance in all of its paces. The XPS 13 is loaded with the most powerful of specifications, and it will easily get you through your day with an incredibly long battery life as well.

The powerful 6th generation Intel Core processor in the Dell XPS 13 scoffs at most daily performance and tasks that you can throw at it, and with great responsiveness as well. The Ultrabook boots up and resumes work in mere seconds with the latest SSDs (solid state drives) built in, allowing it to have incredibly fast data speeds. It is just simply powerful.

Power On

The XPS 13 has the longest battery life of any 13-inch computer. As an ultra portable computer, it is without a doubt that an immensely long battery life is important. The XPS 13 is able to achieve a battery life of up to 18 hours and 14 minutes on the Full HD display version – and you can add an additional 10 hours or so with the Dell Power Companion 12000 mAh battery pack, just work all day and plug it back when you're home in Malaysia.

Expert Reviews

maxit.com.my
Reviewed on 2013-04-01
With Windows 8 bringing improved touch functionality to the table, manufacturers have sought various ways to put a touch display on their premium offerings. The XPS 12 by Dell does this by putting their monitor within an aluminium frame, which contains a ...
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thunderbaylive.com
Reviewed on 2014-05-21
Lisa Gade compares the Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga and the Dell XPS 12 Windows 8 convertible Ultrabooks...
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kitguru.net
Reviewed on 2014-04-22
Innovative design, Attractive, Impressive build quality, Surprisingly powerful, Solid State Drive as standard,Short warranty, Bulky as a tablet.
Today we are going to look at one of the latest, and perhaps most interesting notebooks in Dell’s range, the XPS 12. This aluminum convertible Ultrabook offers a ‘flip and fold’ motion and features a Corning Gorilla glass screen...
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digitalversus.com
Reviewed on 2014-02-14
Design and build, Materials, Battery life, Processing powerMajor overheating, Poor sound quality, Very few ports
The XPS 12 is a quality hybrid. The new materials used in the body look fantastic and scream reliability. It has satisfactory performance and long battery life. But with its overheating and other minor issues, it's stuck at "just" four stars...
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itwire.com
Reviewed on 2014-02-10
Dell's XPS 12 Convertible Ultrabook is a neat device, one which any nerd would covet, even if one goes merely by its appearance. It looks good and the insides are good too; it has power to burn. But, alas, the device also demonstrates why Dell has fallen ...
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ouritdept.co.uk
Reviewed on 2014-01-22
Keyboard is well protected in tablet mode since it is not exposed, Relatively decent battery life that is comparable to other similar devices on the market, 802.11ac WiFi adapter is included for access to the latest WiFi connectivity, The display screen o...Unit is built on the hefty side which makes it difficult to hold in one hand when in tablet mode, There is an occasional delay when adjusting to screen orientation, Only two USB ports which limits connectivity unless you add the optional docking station,...
For Dell fans that are looking for a functional PC that offers the best of both worlds, the Dell XPS 12 may be just what you are looking for.The Dell XPS 12 2-in-1 ultrabook and tablet device provides dual functionality with plenty of power under the hood...
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mobiletechreview.com
Reviewed on 2014-01-19
Smart convertible design, superb keyboard, sharp full HD display, fast and stable performanceJust a little heavier than the competition, no active digitizer/digital pen option
twitter: @lisagade) We'd be remiss if we didn't revisit the Dell XPS 12 in its Haswell revision. Why? The XPS 12 was one of our early top picks among Windows 8 convertibles with a full HP IPS display, clever design that avoided the Lenovo Yoga's keyb...
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micromart.co.uk
Reviewed on 2014-01-02
Dell have often been the first or close to the first, to jump onto a platform and go at it hammer-and-tongs. Its laptop/tablet hybrids have paved the way for many other manufactures to follow and have usually been a decent build and specification. The XPS...
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mobilephonereviewss.com
Reviewed on 2013-12-29
We won't go too deep on design and ergonomics because that hasn't changed much from our original XPS 12 review. The easel hinge has gotten a firmer locking mechanism, but the carbon fiber, aluminum and magnesium machine hasn't changed outwardly. Inside, t...
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tech.uk.msn.com
Reviewed on 2013-12-27
Powerful processor, excellent screen, and ingenious convertible design.It's expensive, and kind of clunky when used in tablet mode
The arrival of Windows 8 has given rise to an entirely new type of computer – hybrid devices that can work as either a tablet or a laptop. Most of the main PC manufacturers have got one of these new hybrid devices in the works, but Dell's XPS 12 is the fi...
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thunderbaylive.com
Reviewed on 2013-12-19
Lisa Gade reviews the updated Dell XPS 12 Windows 8 convertible Ultrabook-tablet. The XPS 12 (9Q33) has 4th generation Intel Haswell Core CPUs, a full HD IPS touch screen with Gorilla Glass and SSD drives. The XPS 12 has an easel style hinge so you can fl...
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bit.com.au
Reviewed on 2013-12-04
Windows 8 ushered in a wave of weird and wonderful hybrid devices, and Dell's XPS 12 was one of the most flamboyant. Drawing on the designs of Dell's XPS Ultrabooks and high-end laptops, the XPS 12 took the flip-twist screen of the Inspiron Duo, improved ...
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pcauthority.com.au
Reviewed on 2013-10-28
Windows 8 ushered in a wave of weird and wonderful hybrid devices, and Dell's XPS 12 was one of the most flamboyant. Drawing on the designs of Dell's XPS Ultrabooks and high-end laptops, the XPS 12 took the flip-twist screen of the Inspiron Duo, improved ...
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ubergizmo.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-22
Dell has been manufacturing a number of ultrabooks and tablets over the past couple of years, with its hybrid tablet notebook announced, the XPS 12, this time last year. Several months passed since the Dell XPS 12 was first announced, but the notebook...
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arstechnica.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-06
Same great construction and 1080p touchscreen as last year, New $999 starting price, Good keyboard and OK touchpad, Sturdier screen flipping mechanism that doesn't get in the way of laptop functionality, Decent battery life, 802.11ac, Relatively light on...A chunky tablet at best, A little thicker and heavier than some dedicated laptops, like the XPS 13, No SD card slot, Fan spins up quickly and often
That first wave of Windows 8 convertible laptops wasn't always great. Awkward “slider” designs that compromised the keyboard and trackpad were all too common, and not many of them could manage much more than five or six hours on a single charge. That's no...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2013-09-30
Keyboard not exposed in tablet mode, Outstanding battery life, Includes 802.11ac WiFi adapterHeavy, especially when held in one hand, Occasional delay in screenorientation switch, Only two USB ports
Dell's XPS 12 Ultrabook Convertible is one of the better marriages of laptop and tablet. The version reviewed here, which Dell shipped over the summer, isn't tremendously different from the original XPS 12: It's slightly thinner and a little lighter, but ...
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Digitaltrends.com
Reviewed on 2013-09-29
Attractive and well built, Flip hinge is quick and easy to use, Good keyboard, Bright 1080p, thinbezel display, Strong performance for the class, Recordbreaking battery lifeBulky when used as a tablet, Weak speakers, Pricing could be more competitive
While most early attempts at a Windows 8 convertible used a traditional sliding or rotating design, Dell came up with a more interesting idea: What if the panel could flip inside its frame? This led to the XPS 12, an exceptionally crafted convertible that...
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goodhousekeeping.com
Reviewed on 2013-09-19
Consumer testers really liked the keyboard layout, Consumer testers could very easily convert it from tablet to notebook, Many connectivity options, Excellent sound quality, Fast system speed, Great customer service options, including free 1year inhome se...Very small screen compared to the size of the tablet, Heavy for its size, Poor camera/video quality
This Windows 8 tablet comes already outfitted with Office Home & Student 2013 RT to help maximize productivity on the go. The Dell XPS 12 tablet offers 170 degree viewing angle thanks to its unique hinge-design. By connecting the tablet to the keyboard an...
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goodgearguide.com.au
Reviewed on 2013-09-17
Well built, Fast WiFi, Good quality Full HD touchscreen, Battery lifePoor touchpad, Limited ports and slots, Can feel heavy at times, Had trouble waking from deep sleep
Dell has added a fourth-generation Intel Core i7 CPU to its versatile little XPS 12 convertible Ultrabook, which gives it much improved battery life and better performance when it comes to processing 3D graphics. However, Dell hasn't done much to change t...
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pcworld.co.nz
Reviewed on 2013-09-17
Well built, Fast WiFi, Good quality Full HD touchscreen, Battery lifePoor touchpad, Limited ports and slots, Can feel heavy at times, Had trouble waking from deep sleep
Dell has added a fourth-generation Intel Core i7 CPU to its versatile little XPS 12 convertible Ultrabook, which gives it much improved battery life and better performance when it comes to processing 3D graphics. However, Dell hasn't done much to change t...
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