Dell XPS 13 (Z560036HIN9) Ultrabook, comes with a superb configuration in terms of performance. It looks great and has a large battery backup. However considering the price of the Ultrabook, it seems to lag behind its peers, more so because of the lack of a dedicated graphics engine. So unless a vivid display and robust performance is in your checklist, you can tick this device off.
Display and Build
The Dell XPS 13 (Z560036HIN9) Ultrabook flaunts a superb screen resolution of 3,200 x 1,800 pixels on its 13.3-inch LED QHD+ InfinityEdge touch display. Packed inside a 15mm silver casing, the laptop looks stunning. As a part of input peripherals, it is fitted with a Backlit Keyboard and a Touchpad with Multi-touch Gesture support.
Configuration and Storage
The laptop carries under its hood an Intel Core i5-6200U (6th Gen) with a clock speed of 2.3GHz. This, along with an 8GB of DDR3 RAM forms a pretty good combination in the performance section. It comes with an inbuilt Intel HD 520 graphics engine.
In order to make the device super light, it comes with an SSD type storage of 256GB.
Battery and Connectivity
The Dell XPS 13 (Z560036HIN9) Ultrabook is charged up to life by a quad-cell li-ion battery, that promises a long usage time.
In the connectivity segment, the laptop has on offer wireless LAN 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth v4.0, two slots for USB 3.0, an SD card reader, and two 1W Stereo Speakers of Waves MaxxAudio Pro.