Machined Aluminum Display Back & Base In Silver Dell XPS9360-4841SLV 13.3 Inches Laptop Review

Dell XPS9360-4841SLV 13.3" Laptop (7th Generation Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 256 GB SSD, Silver)

The Dell XPS9360-4841SLV laptop is a notebook computer, great for use as a personal computer. It comes with an average size 13.3 Inches display and a powerful 7th Gen Intel Core i7-7500u 3.5GHz CPU processor. This Dell laptop model would work well for portability with its 2.7 Pounds lightweight design and sleek machined aluminum display back & base in silver look. Great for gaming, heavy duty processing or a work computer, this laptop is worth the price of $1299.

See All Customer Reviews & Compare Prices Now

This Dell XPS9360-4841SLV laptop is a powerful computer that is great for more than the average usage. You can use it for development work, play the latest video games, video editing as well as watching movies online such as Netflix, visiting social media networks like Facebook and be able to communicate with friends and family online through programs such as Skype and much more! However, if you are looking for a laptop with a spacious hard drive to store your files, we would not recommend the Dell XPS9360-4841SLV 13.3" Laptop 7th Generation Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 256 GB SSD, Silver. Whether you need to write your term paper, catch up on work or create the family budget, this Dell XPS9360-4841SLV mobile laptop allows you to multitask with 8GB lpddr3-1866mhz and the high end processing power of the 7th Gen Intel Core i7-7500u 3.5GHz.

The XPS 13 cleverly fits a stunning 13.3-Inch display in an 11-inch size laptop, making the it the smallest 13-inch laptop on the planet. The XPS 13 has a unique virtually borderless InfinityEdge display, with only a 5.2mm bezel on the top and both sides. That's the thinnest frame on a notebook...Click Here To Read More & Get Latest Offers
System Features
7th generation Intel Core i7-7500u 3.5 GHz Processor
8GB lpddr3-1866mhz included; 8GB maximum
256GB SSD storage; No Optical Drive included, Refer user manual and user guide below.
13.3" QHD+ (3200 x 1800) infinityedge touch Display
Windows 10 operating system; silver
Laptop System Specifications
Processor7th Gen Intel Core i7-7500u 3.5GHz
RAM8GB lpddr3-1866mhz
HDD256GB Solid State Drive
GraphicsIntel HD Graphics 620
Screen13.3 Inches
OSWindows 10
Weight2.7 Pounds
Dimensions7.9 x 12 x 0.6 inches
USB Ports3.0 Ports (2)
Wireless802.11 A/C
Customer reviews
Average Customer Review

56 of 58 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Dell XPS 13 9360 I7 8GB QHD, January 18, 2017
Verified Purchase(What's this?)
This review is from: Dell XPS9360-4841SLV 13.3" Laptop (7th Generation Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 256 GB SSD, Silver) (Personal Computers)
Great laptop, everything runs smoothly.

super quick.
easy on the eyes ;)
picture quality is great,
touch screen works amazingly!
read a lot about the keyboard being too shallow, i don't think so at all.
track-pad is smooth and responsive.
hardware works well (i'm not a gamer so can't comment on gaming)
solid build quality
(everything about this laptop is pretty much top class)

-Webcam is at an odd place (bottom left) if you do a lot of interviews or something a long those lines it could get annoying.
-I've had WiFi issues (windows 10 problem, not hardware), so make sure you update all your drivers and bios from the dell website.
-It is difficult to open the laptop up, will have to use both hands.

36 of 38 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Worthy Macbook replacement, but not without its faults, June 10, 2017
Verified Purchase(What's this?)
i7/512gb/16gb/touch screen

Long story short - our friends in Cupertino missed a huge opportunity in thinning the bezels of the 11" Macbook Air, investing the extra space in battery power, and keeping some regular ports. The Dell XPS 13 is a decent successor to my last laptop. There are some things that are great, and others that, for lack of better words, really piss me off. I'm curious to try out a new X1 Carbon and see if my opinion changes.

The screen is gorgeous, and the touch functionality works reasonably well. It's a quick computer, and the keyboard isn't too bad for the form factor (though I feel like I have to push harder on the keys than my work laptop - an HP 820 G3 with a screen bezel the size of Texas). It's nice being able to run Excel in a proper way on a laptop (I'd love to never touch Mac Office again).

There are only two things that really drive me crazy, and they have me on the edge of returning the laptop. First off - the coil... Read more

1.0 out of 5 stars Unreliable, crashes, atrocious battery-life, January 27, 2018
Verified Purchase(What's this?)
This review is from: Dell XPS9360-4841SLV 13.3" Laptop (7th Generation Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 256 GB SSD, Silver) (Personal Computers)
I may have gotten a faulty laptop but this thing has been the worst laptop that I've every had the displeasure to own. And that is saying something considering my standards nor desires were very ambitious. I wanted something that was quick, and easy to transport. As per usage, I would be using the Microsoft Suite, Snag-It, Window's Explorer and light internet browsing. That being said, the device has failed for the following reasons:
1) despite FAQs and adjusting settings, the computer continues to die after 24 hours of being in hibernation in part because of the quick launch "helper" that I repeatedly try to turn off.
2) After I have plugged it in and it's regained some power, it gives me blue screens of death, asks for a BitLocker, or other such problems.
All in all, every time I've turned this thing on, it's been an uphill battle. Which is extremly disapointed since all I trully wanted was something to scrapbook my advantures and it couldn't even do that.

Share your thoughts with other customers:
 See all 168 customer reviews...
Dell XPS9360-4841SLV 13.3" Laptop (7th Generation Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 256 GB SSD, Silver)