It now has a Full HD display instead of a lukewarm HD panel
Dell XPS 13 is one of Dell's veteran ultrabooks, but it isn't exactly an old fish yet. While upgraded post-purchase aren't easy to make for such laptops, it isn't too hard for vendors to revise the actual specs.It so happens that Dell has changed one essential component of the XPS 13: the LCD (liquid crystal display).
Previously, Dell gave customers laptops with a screen of 1366 x 768 pixels (HD resolution).
From now on, buyers will receive Full HD screens instead (1920 x 1080 pixels).
Everything else is the same as before: several Intel CPU options, customizable memory and storage, integrated graphics, Gigabit Ethernet, USB 3.0, and various other ports and plugs.
Dell has yet to give the price of the Full HD ultrabook. The time of arrival is, likewise, still unknown.